Erin Kelly; read by Fenella Fudge, Jane McDowell, and Polly Edsell
"Doubly excellent - truly fine psychological suspense, and plenty to think about, too, when your pulse has returned to normal." — Lee Child
Erin Kelly, the masterful author of He Said/She Said, delivers another intense, irresistible audiobook of psychological suspense.
You can't keep the secret.
You can't tell the truth.
You can't escape the past...
Marianne was seventeen when she fled her home in Nusstead – leaving behind her family, her boyfriend, Jesse, and the body they buried. Now, thirty years later, forced to return to in order to help care for her sick mother, she can feel the past closing around her. And Jesse, who never forgave her for leaving in the first place, is finally threatening to expose the truth.
Marianne will do anything to protect the life she's built, the husband and daughter who must never know what happened all those years ago. Even if it means turning to her worst enemy for help... But Marianne may not know the whole story – and she isn't the only one with secrets they'd kill to keep.
Praise for Stone Mothers:
"The incomparable Erin Kelly has written another captivating, cleverly constructed contemporary novel." - #1 New York Times bestselling author Paula Hawkins
"A great read… a twisty, layered, nuanced story, filled with complexity and shadows." - #1 New York Times bestselling author Ruth Ware
The blindfold hurts. His inexperience shows in the knot. It’s tight but crude, and has captured a hank of my hair. Every time he takes a corner too fast, I rock to the side, the seatbelt slicing my shoulder and the tiny needlepoint...