A Killer in the Family: The gripping new thriller that will have you hooked from the first page

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Someone in your family isn't who they say they are . . .

Discover the page-turning thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author.

Aisling's family has never been picture-perfect: abandoned as a child by her father, and still grieving her mother,
Aisling's two sons are all she has left. For years, they'd felt like enough.

Now, she needs answers.

Desperate to find the truth - about her family, and herself - Aisling uploads her DNA to an ancestry website. She soon finds a match.

But instead of her father, she's faced with Detective Jonah Sheens.

He's investigating the latest in a string of murders by a serial killer. Aisling's DNA is a match for the crime scene, leaving the police with three suspects: her long-lost father, and her two sons.

Aisling always swore she'd do anything to protect the little family she has left.

But would she protect a murderer?

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Praise for Gytha Lodge

'Literally makes you hold your breath then gasp out loud' Val McDermid

'Full of corkscrew twists and subtle turns' Daily Mail

'A dark, deep, terrific thriller' Nicci French

'Edge-of-the-seat suspense to the very final scene' Jeffery Deaver


'A novel that literally makes you hold your breath then gasp out loud'
VAL McDERMID

'Gripped me from the first page and kept me turning the pages long into the night' ERIN KELLY

'Smart, moody, intense and tangled. I loved it' GILLIAN McALLISTER

'With clues and twists to keep you absolutely hooked from the first page to the last. I can't wait for her next book' JANE CASEY

Product Details

Price
£8.99  £8.54
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
Publish Date
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781405947053

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