A desperate phone call. A decade of questions. A deadly race to the truth.
A new heartstopping thriller to keep you up all night, from critically acclaimed Rae Cairns
Twelve years ago budding journalist Geneva Leighton received a phone call that stopped her life in its tracks. Her terrified sister, Amber, was locked in the boot of a moving car and begging Geneva for help. Amber was never heard from again.
Since that night, Geneva's days have revolved around caring for her traumatised niece and nephew, despite the unpredictable behaviour of their father ... and keeping the search for her sister alive. But the knowledge it should have been her in the boot of the car haunts her waking hours.
When Sergeant Jesse Johns turns up with shocking new evidence about Amber, Geneva's world is thrown into chaos again.
The police leads hit a dead end and desperate for answers, Geneva becomes Amber's lone warrior for justice.
As she edges closer and closer to the truth, she uncovers dangerous secrets that have the power to destroy everyone she loves.
Trust no one. Your life depends on it.
PRAISE FOR DYING TO KNOW
'This book is a cracker - a genuine page turner. It kept me guessing all the way. Geneva Leighton is a brilliant protagonist - tough and resourceful, yet vulnerable and caring.' CHRIS HAMMER, author of The Tilt
'Cairns shows us what ordinary people can do in extraordinary situations ... A thrilling and wild ride with love at its core.' HAYLEY SCRIVENOR, author of Dirt Town
'Smart and suspenseful .. Another high stakes original thriller from Cairns that does not ease up until the last page. I dare anyone to read it slowly.' SARAH BAILEY, author of The Housemate
'What a ride! All the ingredients of the perfect thriller: a brilliant start, twists and turns, and characters you really care about. I couldn't put it down.' SARA FOSTER, author of The Hush
'This fast-paced thriller hooked me in and kept me guessing. A gripping read with high stakes and blurred lines between good and evil.' PETRONELLA McGOVERN, author of The Liars