Picture of Innocence
A dark and gripping psychological thriller that will keep you turning the pages
by T J Stimson
Pub Date 18 Apr 2019
"Dark, twisty and addictive. I couldn't put it down"
- Lisa Jewell
"More chilling than Gone, Girl, and twistier than The Girl On The Train, this emotional, raw, dark family drama keeps you guessing until the end."
- Jane Green
THE MUST-READ PSYCHOLOGICAL SUSPENSE OF 2019…
Perfect for fans of LULLABY, LET ME LIE and THE CRY.
My name is Lydia. I’m 12 years old. I’m not an evil person, but I did something bad.
My name is Maddie. I’d never hurt my son. But can I be sure if I don’t remember?
With three children under ten, Maddie is struggling. On the outside, she’s a happy young mother, running a charity as well as a household. But inside, she’s exhausted. She knows she’s lucky to have to have a support network around her. Not just her loving husband, but her family and friends too.
But is Maddie putting her trust in the right people? Because when tragedy strikes, she is certain someone has hurt her child – and everyone is a suspect, including Maddie herself…
The women in this book are about to discover that looks can be deceiving… because anyone is capable of terrible things. Even the most innocent, even you.
This is the story of every mother's worst fear. But it's not a story you know... and nothing is what it seems.