Winner of two Davitt Awards for Australian Women Crime Writers. Described by Sisters in Crime as 'deliciously scary'.
When four women set out for their annual weekend getaway, all they have in mind is a few laughs and a break from routine. But dark secrets simmering out of sight could stop them from ever returning home.
Jodie chose the secluded cabin for this year's event, unaware it was once the focus of a police investigation – and that it, like her, nurtures a dark past.
The isolation triggers frightening flashbacks to a crime Jodie almost didn't survive as a teenager. Shaken by memories she thought were buried deep, she's worried when she finds evidence of trespassers. But her suspicion infects the mood of the weekend and an argument makes Jodie begin to doubt herself.
Paranoia, though, doesn't mean you're wrong and when the cabin's violent history resurfaces, Jodie's fear might be the only thing that can save them ... or get them killed.
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About the Author
Jaye Ford is a bestselling Australian author of five chilling suspense novels. Her first thriller, Beyond Fear, won two Davitt Awards for Australian women crime writers (Best Debut and Readers’ Choice) and was the highest selling debut crime novel in Australia in 2011. When she needs a break from the dark stuff, she writes romantic comedy under the name Janette Paul. Her novels have been translated into numerous languages and recorded as audio books. Before writing fiction, she was a news and sport journalist, the first woman to host a live national sport show on Australian TV and ran her own public relations consultancy. She now writes fiction fulltime from her home in Newcastle, NSW, Australia where she loves to turn places she knows and loves into crime scenes.
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