The new compelling standalone from international bestselling and award-winning writer Anders de la Motte, whose first 'Seasons Quartet' novel, Rites of Spring, was selected as the Sunday Times' Crime Book of the Month
'For fans of the hugely successful CWA Gold Dagger-winning The Dry by Jane Harper' Vaseem Khan
'One of Sweden's most talented crime fiction authors' Erik Axl Sund
You can always go home. But you can never go back . . .
Summer 1983: Four-year-old Billy chases a rabbit in the fields behind his house. But when his mother goes to call him in, Billy has disappeared. Never to be seen again.
Today: Veronica is a bereavement counsellor. She's never fully come to terms with her mother's suicide after her brother Billy's disappearance. When a young man walks into her group, he looks familiar and talks about the trauma of his friend's disappearance in 1983. Could Billy still be alive after all this time?
Needing to know the truth, Veronica goes home - to the place where her life started to fall apart.
But is she really prepared for the answers that wait for her there?