She made a mistake - now's her chance to make it right. The explosive new thriller from the acclaimed author of Perfect Liars and Truth Hurts.
Rebecca is the author of the novels Perfect Liars, Truth Hurts and Two Wrongs, and the nonfiction book The Power of Rude. She is a freelance journalist and columnist for the Telegraph's women's section and a regular contributor to Telegraph culture. She is the former digital editor of Grazia magazine and has previously written for Stylist, the Independent, the Guardian, The Times, Marie Claire, the New Statesman and Glamour Magazine. She regularly contributes to Good Morning Britain, Sky News and various BBC radio programmes. She holds an MA in Creative Writing from Royal Holloway.
Praise for Two Wrongs * : *
Two Wrongs is a perfectly paced and beautifully observed story of betrayal, guilt and regret. It's so accurate on the intense friendships you make at University. Zadie is a brilliant character that you both love and fume over - selfish, needy and broken. I really did race through it. * Emma Curtis, author of KEEP HER QUIET *
I raced through Two Wrongs, another compulsively readable thriller from Rebecca Reid - a heady, glamorous tale with a dark side, it's all about that friend we have when we don't know better - and still miss when we do... * Emma Rowley, author of YOU CAN TRUST ME *
Praise for Rebecca Reid * : *
'Disturbing and brilliant' * Lauren North, author of SAFE AT HOME *
'Well written, with a plot and characters that haunt you long after you've finished' * Jane Corry, author of I LOOKED AWAY *
'Rebecca Reid is a master of building tension' * Phoebe Morgan, author of THE BABYSITTER *