Two children get on the train. Only one gets off…
‘Probably the most suspenseful book I will read all year.’ Liz Nugent
No one saw it happen.
You stand on a crowded tube platform in London. Your two little girls jump on the train ahead of you. As you try to join them, the doors slide shut and the train moves away, leaving you behind.
Everyone is lying.
By the time you get to the next stop, you’ve convinced yourself that everything will be fine. But you soon start to panic, because there aren’t two children waiting for you on the platform. There’s only one.
Someone is to blame.
Has your other daughter got lost? Been taken by a passing stranger? Or perhaps the culprit is closer to home than you think? No one is telling the truth, and the longer the search continues, the harder she will be to find…
Everyone is talking about No One Saw a Thing:
‘I was hooked by the end of chapter one.’ Jane Casey
‘Such a clever page-turner’ Cara Hunter
‘I DEVOURED it.’ Fiona Cummins