On a Tuesday in May, in her thirty-fifth year, Rachel shot her husband dead. He stumbled backward with an odd look of confirmation on his face, as if some part of him had always known she'd do it.
Rachel Child had a terrible childhood. She never knew her father and her mother's endless emotional abuse led to panic attacks which ultimately derailed her career. But when she hit rock bottom, her husband Brian was there with her every step of the way as she slowly regained her confidence, and her sanity. She loved him. She trusted him. But did she ever really know him?
'Complex, tense, compelling' Lee Child
'The most thrilling novel I've read all year' Kate Atkinson
'Oozes tension . . . a thriller to lose yourself in' Sunday Mirror