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It was supposed to be a holiday.... The gripping new psychological thriller from the author of 2020's twistiest debut, One White Lie. 

When her husband, Harry, walks out after just six months, Sam has never been in more need of a getaway. 

So when her friends Diana and Margaret - newly single themselves - suggest a girls' weekend away, Sam can't accept soon enough. 

But then things start to go wrong. Car trouble on the road leaves them stranded. And what's more, it's in the town where he lives. 

Sam is sure a big night out can't hurt. After all, it's hardly likely that Harry would show up, right? 

And no one could ever expect the night would end in murder....  

©2021 Leah Konen (P)2022 Penguin Audio

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Liked this book, couldn’t see where it was going, good twists and turns, found one of the accents a bit annoying but that’s purely personal, otherwise a really enjoyable listen