‘An electrifying mystery from the author whose dazzling debut, THE SUSPECT', raised the bar for whodunits.' Australian Women’s Weekly
On a cold London night, homicide detective Vincent Ruiz is fished out of the Thames with a bullet in his leg and an even bigger hole in his memory. He has no recollection of the shooting or how he finished in the river. The only clue is a photograph found in his pocket of Mickey Carlyle, a seven-year-old girl who went missing three years earlier.
Michael Robotham is a former journalist and ghostwriter, who has become one of Australia’s most popular and widely read crime writers. He is a twice winner of the Ned Kelly Award for best crime fiction and a perennial bridesmaid in many other international awards. He lives in Sydney with his wife and three daughters.