September 23, 2012

Say You're Sorry

cover image of Say You're Sorry
Michael Robotham

A double murder's connection to an abduction intrigues British psychologist Joe O'Loughlin in his latest case (after Bleed for Me, 2012). When Patricia and William Heyman are found dead in their home, O'Loughlin immediately suspects a link to the disappearance of teenagers Piper Hadley and Tash McBain three years ago. The girls were never found, and now the Heymans have been brutally slain in the farmhouse that Tash once called home. O'Loughlin doesn't believe in coincidences, but he does believe the girls might still be alive. Could he be right? An intense, compelling, and utterly chilling thriller.