If you heard a woman scream, what would you do?
Genre: Psychological Suspense
Rachel is Helen’s new friend. But who is Rachel, really?
The murder of a young girl at an elementary school shocks staff, parents, and friends. Who could kill a five-year-old? And why?
Alex’s life is perfect until one day her troublemaking sister, Ruth, appears, begging Alex to help her out of a sticky situation. Alex agrees, on one condition—Ruth will never talk about their past. It’s easy at first, until Ruth begins to wonder exactly what her sister might be hiding… and why.
Lexie Parker leaves her toddler, Bella, in the care of four playgroup mums. She’s gone for just six minutes. But when she returns, Bella is gone. Is her disappearance connected to the angry protests at Parliament House? What secrets are the parents hiding? And why does a local teacher keep a photo of Bella in his lounge-room?
When Drew suggests that he and his wife, Poppy, start their newlywed life by not revealing anything from their past, Poppy jumps at the chance. The opportunity to start a new life free from past secrets and transgressions is too great to pass up. But why would Drew suggest such a thing?
Background Author Emma Rowley is an experienced writer and editor for the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph, often covering courts and major crime stories. Review When the missing have something to say they can call Message in a Bottle. After the disappearance of Kate’s daughter, Sophie, two years ago, Kate began volunteering at … Read more