'I was gripped from the first few pages and found myself hooked on a rollercoaster ride up to the last few pages ... I read it in pretty much one sitting, I just needed to know how the book was going to end' Donna's Book Blog
It begins with a phone call. It ends with a missing child.
On a warm summer's morning, thirteen-year-old school girl Constance Lawson is reported missing.
A few days later, Constance's uncle, Karl Lawson, suddenly finds himself swept up in a media frenzy created by journalist Amanda Bowe implying that he is the prime suspect.
Six years later . . .
Karl's life is in ruins. His marriage is over, his family destroyed. But the woman who took everything away from him is thriving. With a successful career, husband and a gorgeous baby boy, Amanda's world is complete. Until the day she receives a phone call and in a heartbeat, she is plunged into every mother's worst nightmare.
An utterly compelling psychological thriller that will keep you guessing to the very last page. Perfect for fans of Close to Home and Claire Douglas.
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'Guilty was such a great book. It was filled with so many twists and turns...It was well written and definitely made you wanting more with every page turn.' Oh My Lit
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'A mesmerizing psychological thriller...and will leave you completely fulfilled with a flawless ending.Guilty is the first novel I have read by Laura Elliot and it will NOT be my last. I found Guilty to be impossible to put down, the characters are intoxicating, and the story compulsively addictive.' Books and Smiles
'A great thriller that is full of suspense and tension.' Goodreads Reviewer
'This book is a raw, edge-of-the-seat page-turner. The story is told in four parts, all of which lead into each other beautifully.' Goodreads Reviewer
'Dealing with passion, adultery, deception and tragedy, and how the past has a way of creeping up on you...a really intriguing page-turner with a surprising twist.' Evening Echo
'Entertaining and highly thought-provoking.' Closer Magazine