To those who know her, it’s hardly a surprise that Jenny Blackhurst would eventually become a crime writer. After the birth of her first son, she returned to her childhood love of thrillers and crime fiction and wrote her debut novel, How I Lost You. Jenny joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to discuss her latest psychological thriller, Before I Let You In.
If you don't know who is walking through the door, how do you know if you should let them in? Karen is meant to be the one who fixes problems. It's her job as a psychiatrist - and it's always been her role as a friend. But Jessica is different. She should be the patient, the one Karen helps. But she knows things about Karen. Her friends, her personal life. Things no patient should know. And Karen is starting to wonder if she should have let her in.
A disturbing psychological crime novel which will appeal to fans of Alex Marwood's Wicked Girls. They told her she killed her son. She served her time. But what if they lied? I have no memory of what happened but I was told I killed my son. And you believe what your loved ones, your doctor and the police tell you, don't you? My name is Emma Cartwright. Three years ago I was Susan Webster, and I murdered my 12-week-old son Dylan.
Susan Webster hat keinerlei Erinnerung an den schrecklichsten Abend ihres Lebens: Sie soll ihren eigenen Sohn erstickt haben. Jahre später entdeckt sie Fotos, die die Hoffnung schüren, dass ihr geliebter Sohn noch lebt. Auf eigene Faust versucht Susan, den rätselhaften Bildern und ihrer eigenen Erinnerung auf den Grund zu gehen - und kommt dabei einem anderen grauenvollen Verbrechen auf die Spur, das sich vor zwanzig Jahren an einem Elite-College im Norden Englands ereignete.