Emma in the Night
By Wendy Walker
’A brilliant read’ B A Paris
Two sisters go missing
Only one returns.
Getting people to believe you is easy.
If you tell them what they want to hear.
When my sister and I disappeared three years ago,
they found Emma’s car at the beach. Some people believed she had gone there to find a party or meet a friend who
never showed. They believed that she’d gone for a swim.
They believed that she’d drowned. Maybe by accident. Maybe a suicide.
Everyone believed Emma was dead.
As for me, well – now I’m back to tell our story.
You’ll have to see if you believe it.
Praise for Wendy Walker:
‘Not to be missed’ Karin Slaughter
‘Unpredictable’ Mail on Sunday