The Acclaimed Author Of The Nanny, The Perfect Girl, And What She Knew A Writer To Watch Publishers Weekly Returns With Another Serpentine Thriller That Is A Potent Blend Of Atmosphere, Tarnished Memories, Mystery, And Twisty Secrets From The PastBestselling Mystery Writer Lucy Harper S Talent For Invention Has Given Her Fame, Fortune, And An Army Of Adoring Readers It Has Also Saddled Her With Dependents, Namely Her Fawning Husband DanWhen Dan Suddenly Goes Missing, His Disappearance Evokes Dark Memories That Take Lucy Back Than Thirty Years To The Day Her Brother Vanished Without A Trace That S When Lucy Began Conjuring Stories The Police Investigation Revealed Few Confirmed Details, So She Created Tales To Fill In The Gaps, To Explain What Happened That Day Her Brother Disappeared And Young Lucy Was The Only WitnessNow Decades Later, With The Whole World Watching, Lucy S Past And Present Are Colliding, And This Bestselling Author Skilled In Telling Stories Is Losing Control Of Her Own Narrative Where Is Dan What Happened To Lucy S Brother And Is The Brilliant Mystery Writer An Expert In Devising Red Herrings And Hidden Clues Revealing All She Knows About Both Disappearances With Twists And Turns, Gilly Macmillan Reveals The Answers In This Clever And Compulsively Readable Mystery Sure To Thrill Fans Of Ruth Ware And Shari LaPena
Gilly Macmillan is the New York Times Sunday Times bestselling author of TO TELL YOU THE TRUTH, THE NANNY, WHAT SHE KNEW previously published as BURNT PAPER SKY in some territories , THE PERFECT GIRL, ODD CHILD OUT I KNOW YOU KNOW Gilly is Edgar Award nominated and an ITW award finalist Her books have been translated into over 20 languages.She grew up in Swindon, Wiltshire and also lived in Northern California She studied History of Art at Bristol University and the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.Gilly lives in Bristol, UK with her family and writes full time She s currently working on her seventh novel.
- 320 pages
- To Tell You the Truth
- Gilly Macmillan
- 14 February 2019 Gilly Macmillan