The gripping new novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Michele Campbell
Because murderers are never who you expect...
She was the quiet one... but is she guilty? For twin sisters Rose and Bel, enrolling at the prestigious new boarding school should have been a fresh start. But with its sinister rituals and traditions, Odell soon brings out a deadly rivalry between the sisters.
For Sarah and husband Heath, the chance to teach at Odell seems like the best thing that ever happened to their small family - a chance to rise through the ranks and put the past behind them. Until one dark night ends in murder. But who's guilty and who's telling the truth? And who's been in on it all along..?
From the Sunday Times bestselling author Michele Campbell comes the breathtaking new thriller SHE WAS THE QUIET ONE.
PRAISE FOR She Was the Quiet One: `Michele Campbell vividly conveys the complexity of teenage years and punctuates the narrative with clues that develop into an explosive conclusion' Woman
`You'll be desperate to know what went down at the lake' The Sun
`A tale of unrequited love and rule-breaking... Fans of Little Fires Everywhere by Celeste Ng will love the untangling of these seemingly perfect lives' i News
`The narrative powers through to a gripping conclusion' Press Association
`Campbell's skillful characterization and her shocking final twist make this follow-up to It's Always the Husband well worthwhile. Readers who enjoyed Simone St. James' boarding-school mystery, The Broken Girls, should give this a try.' Booklist
`Readers will... be drawn in to the novel's intricate exploration of divided loyalties and the brittleness of trust.' Publishers Weekly
PRAISE FOR MICHELE CAMBPELL: A gripping page-tuner...will suit fans of Liane Moriarty' Hello
`A page-turning whodunnit that will speak to anyone who's ever had a frenemy.' Ruth Ware
`A gripping, tangled web of a novel-it pulls you in and doesn't let you go. I loved it!' Shari Lapena
Author: Campbell, Michele, Format: Paperback, Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers, Published: 10/01/2019, Pagination: 448 pages, Classification: Fiction & related items