‘Keeps you guessing right to the end' Sue Fortin, author of SISTER SISTER
‘A gripping exploration of twisted family secrets’ Cass Green, author of THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR
When flames rip through their family home, only teenager Stephanie and her younger brother escape unhurt. Brett always liked to play with fire, but now their dad is dead and someone has to pay the price.
Psychologist Connie Summers wants to help Stephanie rebuild her life. She has a new name, a young son and everything to live for. But when Stephanie receives a letter from someone she’d hoped would never find her, Connie is forced to question what really happened that night. But some truths are better left alone . . .
Gripping, tense and impossible to put down, Bad Sister will have fans of Sue Fortin, B A Paris and Linda Green hooked till the final page.
Praise for SAM CARRINGTON
‘LOVED Bad Sister by Sam Carrington. Tense, convincing and complex, kept me guessing (wrongly!)’ Caz Frear, author of SWEET LITTLE LIES
‘This book is not only gripping, but it explores the mother/daughter relationship perfectly, and ends with a gasp-out-loud twist’ Closer
‘I DEVOURED THIS STORY IN ONE SITTING’ Louise Jensen, author of THE SISTER
About Sam Carrington
Sam Carrington lives in Devon with her husband and three children. She worked for the NHS for 15 years, during which time she qualified as a nurse. Following the completion of a Psychology degree she went to work for the prison service as an Offending Behaviour Programme Facilitator. Her experiences within this field inspired her writing. She left the service to spend time with her family and to follow her dream of being a novelist. SAVING SOPHIE was her debut psychological thriller novel, her second, BAD SISTER is out now in ebook.
Connie Moore a prison psychologist has lost her reputation after her report was blamed for releasing an offender who went on to rape a woman. She relocated and changed her surname to Summers and set up in private practice, but her past comes back to haunt her when she becomes embroiled in supporting Stephanie, who had also changed her name from Jenna and is under witness protection.
There are many complexities within this story but they all link up in the end.
This book required concentration because of the complexities of the plot, but I like that. I would recommend this to anyone who reads the crime thriller genre and will be reading more from Sam Carrington in the future.