Bestselling author of 'Her Name Was Rose'
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Twenty-five years ago, on Halloween night, eight-year-old Kelly Doherty went missing while out trick or treating with friends.
Her body was found three days later, floating face down, on the banks of the Creggan Reservoir by two of her young classmates.
It was a crime that rocked Derry to the core. Journalist Ingrid Devlin is investigating – but someone doesn’t want her to know the truth. As she digs further, Ingrid starts to realise that the Doherty family are not as they seem. But will she expose what really happened that night before it’s too late?
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‘A psychological thriller with a heart: taut, emotionally challenging and unlike so many thrillers, each twist and turn is here because it deserves to be and not for the sake of it.’
John Marrs, bestselling author of 'The One'
‘A brilliantly paced, intriguingly plotted and thoroughly enjoyable story. One of the best psych thrillers I've read this year'
Liz Nugent, bestselling author of Skin Deep, on 'Her Name Was Rose'
'A powerful and emotional psychological thriller that will keep you guessing and leave you breathless.'
CL Taylor, Sunday Times bestselling author
About Claire Allan
Claire Allan is a writer from Northern Ireland. A former journalist, she now works as a full time author of psychological thrillers. Claire is also working on a number of TV projects, including the forthcoming BBC drama 'Blue Lights' - for which she is a story consultant.
She lives in Derry with her husband, two children, two cats and the best dog in the world.