A twisting psychological suspense about every parent's worst nightmare, featuring unforgettable journalist, Kate Waters.
Fiona Barton trains and works with journalists all over the world. Previously, she was a senior writer at the Daily Mail, news editor at the Daily Telegraph, and chief reporter at the Mail on Sunday, where she won Reporter of the Year at the British Press Awards. Born in Cambridge, England, she currently lives in southwest France. Clare Corbett is an English actress and voice artist. Her theatre credits include: To Kill a Mocking Bird, Pygmalion and Spoonface Steinberg. Winner of the prestigious Carleton Hobbs Radio Award, she has appeared in over 250 radio plays including: Absolute Power, Venus and Adonis and Dr Zhivago. She has narrated numerous audiobooks, including: Poppy Shakespeare, Swallowing Grandma and Girl on the Train, which earned her Audible's Narrator of the Year for 2017. Mark Meadows is a British actor with extensive theatre, film and TV credits. He is a frequent contributor to plays, musicals, narrations and readings for BBC Radio 3 and Radio 4. Mark has narrated around 80 audiobook titles and was a nominee for the 2013 Audible Narrator of the Year award. He also provided the voice of the ship's computer in Ridley Scott's Prometheus. Sian Thomas is a Welsh actress who trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. She has appeared on stage, on TV and in films such as Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in which she played Amelia Bones. She was part of the cast of the musical Spring Awakening in London until May 2009 (when the show closed), playing the 'Adult Women'. In 2002 she appeared in London's West End theatre production Up for Grabs with Madonna. She has a particularly effective voice for reading modern poetry, which is often deployed on the BBC Radio 3 programme Words and Music. Audible is a seller and producer of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming on the Internet.
'Fiona Barton is perceptive, empathetic and a talented writer.' --
The Daily Express
'Intelligent, insightful and compelling. A clever, twisting whodunnit that delivers an emotional punch. I loved it.' -- C.L. Taylor