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Pub Date 18 Jan 2024 | Archive Date 20 Dec 2023

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‘The police. They’re digging in the scrapyard.’

Cal Lovett has spent half his life telling other people’s stories on his true crime podcast. But the police are close to solving the mystery of his sister’s disappearance – now he might finally get to tell Margot’s story.

A desperate relative begs for his help.

Cal seeks respite on a holiday in the Scottish Highlands, but is dragged into a new cold case: an unsolved murder that shattered a family fourteen years ago.

An isolated community wary of outsiders.

Eyes follow Cal everywhere. And someone makes it very clear that they don’t want him snooping around…

How far will he go to find justice? And how far is far enough?

The second thrilling instalment in the Cal Lovett Files, perfect for fans of Helen Fields, Jane Casey and Claire Douglas.


‘The police. They’re digging in the scrapyard.’

Cal Lovett has spent half his life telling other people’s stories on his true crime podcast. But the police are close to solving the mystery of his...


Advance Praise

'A tense and gripping tale that explores the complexities of motherhood' Heather Darwent, author of The Things We Do For Our Friends

'Exquisite prose, an exhilarating case and expertly crafted. A perfect follow up to a brilliant debut' Sam Holland, author of The Twenty

'A tense and gripping tale that explores the complexities of motherhood' Heather Darwent, author of The Things We Do For Our Friends

'Exquisite prose, an exhilarating case and expertly crafted. A...


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