What if your parents had been lying to you since the day you were born?
Helen Callaghan was born in Los Angeles, California, to British
parents, and her early years were spent in both the US and UK.
After several early false starts as a nurse, barmaid and actor, she
settled into bookselling, working as a fiction specialist and buyer
for a variety of bookshops. Eventually, she studied for her
A-levels at night school and achieved a place at Cambridge
University as a mature student.
Helen's debut novel, Dear Amy, was a Sunday Timesbestseller.
An enthralling and compelling page-turner with twists that kept
me guessing. The ending is brilliantly shocking. I absolutely loved
it -- Claire Douglas * bestselling author of Last Seen Alive
One of the first 'must-read' books of 2018, by an author who's definitely on her way to great things * Shots *
I sat on the edge of my seat while reading this * Woman's Way *
You'll struggle to separate the villains from the victims right up to the last pages of this absorbing psychological thriller * Morning Star *
Praise for Dear Amy * - *
Riveting * Sunday Times *
An accomplished psychological twister * Daily Mail *
The suspense thriller readers hope for - a tense plot, imaginative twists, and smart writing -- Julia Heaberlin, bestselling author of * Black-Eyed Susans *
Thrilling * Sun *
Tense . . . satisfying. Are we, perhaps, in a new Golden Age of women crime writers? * Independent *
Wow - this one's a roller coaster! * Woman Magazine *
Well written and pacey * Sunday Mirror *
I knew from the first page that this was going to be a brilliant book, and I wasn't wrong. A superb debut psychological thriller with an unusual and original premise which keeps the reader hooked until the last page -- Rachel Abbott, author of * Kill Me Again *
Engaging and utterly thrilling. The breath-taking finale is the most exciting and terrifying thing I have read in a very long time -- Elizabeth Haynes, bestselling author of * Into the Darkest Corner *
You'll be hooked! * Fabulous *