S is for Stranger by Louise Stone
`Louise Stone is an exciting new talent to watch. S is for Stranger is full of tension and atmosphere. A hugely compelling read.' - Amanda Jennings, author of In Her Wake
There are two sides to every story.
But only one is true.
Sophie wished she'd paid more attention when her little daughter, Amy, caught sight of a stranger watching them. She only looked away for a second. But now Amy's gone.
No one trusts an alcoholic. Even a sober one. The police are suspicious of Sophie's tangled story and so is her ex-husband, Paul. Especially when new information emerges that changes everything.
But what if Sophie is telling the truth? What if her daughter really is missing? And what if that stranger at the fairground wasn't really a stranger at all...
Perfect for readers looking for their next addictive read after The Girl on the Train and Behind Closed Doors.What readers are saying about S is for Stranger:
`Wow. OMG. Wow. Absolutely fantastic read. Could not put it down!' - Sue Wallace (NetGalley Reviewer)
`A real nail-biter, trying to figure out who was really telling the truth, who was lying and why was mind-bending.' - Rosemary Smith (NetGalley Reviewer)
`A thriller that should come with the tagline: `Beware, this book will seriously mess with your head!' - Lorraine Rugman (The Book Review Cafe)
`What a scary, twisty read! I will keep thinking about it for a long time!' - Elisa Rambacher (NetGalley Reviewer)
`Intriguing, engrossing and disturbing...a gripping psychological thriller that brings every parent's worst nightmare to life.' - Zoe Williams (whatsbetterthanbooks.com)
`WARNING: Don't start reading this book unless you have plenty of time as you won't be able to put it down!' - Denise Sharp (NetGalley Reviewer)
`Whoa! I read this in one sitting. Once you start, you aren't going to want to put it down.' - Linda Strong (Strong Book Reviews)
`I may have finished this book but I've definitely not finished thinking about it! You're going to want to read it in one sitting!' - Janel Selby (Crime On The Pages)