On a stifling hot day, former journalist Dee Doran finds the crumpled body of her friend at the roadside. Katie and her little boy, Jake, have been a light in Dee's otherwise desolate life - now a woman is dead and a child is missing.
Katie has been keeping secrets for a long time. Years earlier, she fell for the wrong person. But he was in love with someone else; who he couldn't have but couldn't keep away from. When jealousy and desire spilled over into murder Katie hid the truth, and has been pretending ever since.
As Dee assists the police with their enquiries she's compelled to investigate too. She realises Katie wasn't who she claimed to be. Lies are catching up. Stories are unravelling. Revenge is demanded and someone must pay the price. The question is: who?
Don't miss this explosive crime thriller perfect for fans for Alex Marwood and Fiona Barton.
'Propulsive action and stirring plot twists abound in this compelling thriller... one of those books you'll read in one sitting. Thoroughly entertaining!' Wendy Walker, Sunday Times Bestselling author of The Night Before
'A beautifully written and atmospheric page-turner that is also a totally absorbing read... I loved it.' Abbie Frost, author of The Guesthouse
'A brilliant read - twisted, cleverly plotted and one hell of a page-turner.' M J Lee, author of Where the Truth Lies
*'*Even the most attentive reader would find difficulty in guessing what the end of the novel would be ... owing to the author's considerable narrative skill.' Arnold Taylor, Crime Review
'I Could Be You is a fascinating, explosive and compulsive read' Reader review
'A twisted tale but hugely entertaining . A really good ending, and I look forward to reading more from this author.' Reader review
'A very well written thriller. I enjoyed every minute of this book.' Reader review
**'**I loved this book and couldn't wait to read another chapter which then led to another... I look forward to reading more books by this author as this one had the perfect mix of suspense, murder and crime solving.' Reader review