From the bestselling author of The One Who Got Away comes a gripping new psychological thriller
that will have you thinking twice about who in your life you can really trust ...
'The Ones You Trust is a CRACKER! ... could not put it down.' MIA FREEDMAN
'I devoured this ... Overington skewers commercial television culture beautifully and had me guessing until the very last page' TRACEY SPICER
'Absolutely loved The Ones You Trust! #winner' RACHAEL JOHNS
Emma Cardwell, celebrity mum and host of top-rating morning TV show Cuppa, seems to have it all: fame, money and a gorgeous family. But when her little girl disappears from day-care - captured on CCTV footage at a nearby shopping centre leaving with someone Emma has never seen before - her world is turned upside down.
As the minutes tick by, and pressure mounts, every part of Emma's life comes under examination. Is this a kidnapping, the work of a crazed stalker, or an obsessed fan? Is somebody out for revenge or is this something closer to home?
And there is the aching question: how much do we really know about those who care for our children . . . and about the people we love?
'All of the entertainment value of a cracking thriller plus the irresistible temptation of a gossip magazine' Booktopia
'WARNING: Do not buy if you work in morning TV. Everyone else will love it ... Great read on a rainy weekend.' Edwina Bartholomew, Sunrise presenter
Praise for Caroline Overington:
'Overington keeps you guessing until the last' Daily Telegraph
'Caroline Overington has an ability to home in on the darker, unsettling sides of life, seizing upon topics you might see headlining the news and spinning them into gripping page-turners' Australian Women's Weekly
Caroline Overington is a bestselling Australian author and an award-winning journalist. She has written eleven books, including the top ten bestseller The One Who Got Away, and Last Woman Hanged, which won the Davitt Award for True Crime Writing in 2015. She has profiled many of the world's most famous women, including Oprah Winfrey and Hillary Clinton, and has twice won the Walkley Award for Investigative Journalism. She has also won the Sir Keith Murdoch Award for Journalistic Excellence and the Blake Dawson Prize for Business Literature. Caroline is currently Associate Editor at The Australian and is based in Sydney. You can find her online at www.carolineoverington.com.
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