by Julia Heaberlin
9 July 2020
Get your hands on the new nail-biting thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of Black-Eyed Susans'Gorgeous writing, interesting characters, a unique setting, and an unsettling, surprising mystery. We Are All the Same in the Dark has it all' Amy Engel, bestselling author of The Roanoke Girls It's been a decade since the town's sweetheart Trumanell Branson disappeared, leaving only a bloody handprint behind. Since her disappearance, Tru's brother, Wyatt, has lived as an outcast, desperate to know what happened to his sister.
So when Wyatt finds a lost girl, he believes she is a sign. But for new cop, Odette Tucker, this girl's appearance reopens old wounds. Determined to solve both cases, Odette fights to save a lost girl in the present and in doing so digs up a shocking truth about that fateful night in the past .
. . 'One of my favourite reads of the year.
The twisty plot and unexpected revelations propelled me through the pages of this spine-chilling novel . . .
Absolutely mesmerizing' Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of SilenceREADERS LOVE WE ARE ALL THE SAME IN THE DARK:'What a phenomenal book. The author doesn't just give you a mystery to solve but a mesmerizing story with people who get into your soul. Poetic, gut-wrenching, suspenseful' 5***** Reader Review'This story sucked me in and spit me out.
Captivating, suspenseful and heart-wrenching. The characters grab you and don't let go' 5***** Reader Review'Julia does it again! Brilliant, extraordinary, captivating. The excitability of this book pulls you into each page right along with Odette to solve the mystery.
This is a must read' 5***** Reader Review'I devoured every page. A disturbing, sad and moving mystery' 5***** Reader Review'Captivating from start to finish' 5***** Reader Review'A fantastic psychological thriller. Julia knows how to write disturbing characters that will have you questioning their motives and capabilities right up until the end' 5***** Reader Review 'Twisty and atmospheric' PrimaPraise for Julia Heaberlin'A thriller to make you remember why you love thrillers' Observer 'Gripping' The Times'Wonderful .
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