Sophie McKenzie ist eine britische Autorin, die sowohl spannende Jugendbücher schreibt, als auch Thriller für Erwachsene.
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It’s been eight years since Geniver Loxley lost her daughter, Beth.Since that day, Gen has been floundering. While her husband Art builds his business reputation and their fortune, she can’t let go of Beth. And then one day, everything changes. A strange woman shows up on Gen’s doorstep, saying the very thing she longs to hear: that Beth is alive. That she is out there somewhere, waiting for Gen to find her … It’s insane. Unthinkable.
Erstmals 2013 erschienen. „You will race through this fast-moving thriller that saves the most shocking twist until the very end.” (Sunday Mirror) (343 Rezensionen / 4,2 Sterne), 400 Seiten noch günstig?
Julia has always been the friend that Livy turns to when life is difficult. United fifteen years ago by grief at the brutal murder of Livy’s sister, Kara, they’ve always told each other everything. Or so Livy thought. So when Julia is found dead in her home, Livy cannot come to terms with the news that she chose to end her own life. The Julia that Livy knew was vibrant and vivacious, a far cry from the selfish neurotic that her family seem determined to paint her as.
Erstmals 2014 erschienen. „Excellent thriller. Plenty of twists and turns in the plot. I was completely wrong in guessing who the killer was.” (Leserin) (144 Rezensionen / 4,2 Sterne), 449 Seiten noch günstig?
On holiday with family and her adoring fiancé, Jed, Emily couldn’t be happier. But overnight, the idyllic trip turns into a waking nightmare when one of the group is found dead in what appears to be a terrible accident. The devastated party returns to London to cope with their loss while trying to resume their normal lives. But new revelations shed a shocking light on the holiday tragedy and set Emily on a perilous journey to discover the truth about what happened.
Erstmals 2015 erschienen. „This fast-moving thriller saves the most shocking twist until the very end.” (Sunday Mirror) (291 Rezensionen / 4,4 Sterne), 450 Seiten noch günstig?