Emma in the Night Two sisters go missing.
Only one returns.
Getting people to believe you is easy.
If you tell them what they want to hear.
When my sister and I disappeared three years ago,
they found Emma’s car at the beach. Some people believed she had gone there to find a party or meet a friend who
never showed. They believed that she’d gone for a swim.
They believed that she’d drowned. Maybe by accident. Maybe a suicide.
Everyone believed Emma was dead.
As for me, well – now I’m back to tell our story.
You’ll have to see if you believe it.
Praise for Wendy Walker:
‘Deeply intriguing and provocative’ - Karin Slaughter
‘Original, compelling and very, very clever’ - B A Paris
‘Unpredictable’ - Mail on Sunday
‘Disturbing’ - Woman
‘Our favourite thriller of the year so far’ - Closer
‘An exhilarating poolside read’ - InStyle
‘Captivating and bold’ - Mary Kubica
About the author
Wendy Walker has worked as an attorney specialising in family law. She lives in Connecticut.