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‘We’re in a new golden age of suspense writing now, because of amazing books like Bring Me Back’ Lee Child
‘Made me stay up way beyond my bedtime!’ Jane Corry
Finn and Layla: young and in love, their whole lives ahead of them. Driving back from a holiday in France one night, Finn pulls in to a service station, leaving Layla alone in the car. When he returns, minutes later, Layla has vanished, never to be seen again. That’s the story Finn tells the police. It’s the truth – but not the whole truth.
Twelve years later, Finn has built a new life with Ellen, Layla’s sister, when he receives a phone call. Someone has seen Layla. But is it her – or someone pretending to be her? If it is her, what does she want? And what does she know about the night she disappeared?
Bring Me Back is the utterly compelling, white-knuckle thriller from Sunday Times bestseller B A Paris.
Praise for B A Paris:
‘An addictive new voice in suspense fiction’ Sophie Hannah
‘Just finished this BRILLIANT book… Clever, addictive and twisty, I couldn’t sleep until I found out the truth… The twist floored me! Utterly compelling from beginning to end’ Claire Douglas
‘Made me stay up way beyond my bedtime! B A Paris has a knack for getting into your head’ Jane Corry
‘A page-turning masterpiece’ Amanda Prowse
‘A tale of dark secrets, with mystery and intrigue building up and up to an ending with a fabulous twist. I devoured it – I couldn’t turn the pages quick enough’ Mel Sherratt
‘This book is compulsive reading from start to finish. A perfectly crafted work of art, seamless and mesmerising. I envy those yet to read it for the pleasure they have in store’ Amanda Robson
‘A cracking page turner with a killer twist' Camilla Way
‘An incredibly pacy, heart-pounding thriller – the twist at the end left me reeling. B A Paris does it again in this exhilarating exploration of love, jealousy and betrayal. A must read!’ Phoebe Morgan
‘Bring Me Back will not leave your hands until you have turned the last page!’ Wendy Walker