An original and frighteningly credible suspense thriller, by a powerful and talented storyteller, in the tradition of Michael Crichton’s Disclosure.
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‘Truly lives up to the description
“unputdownable”… RMS is a highly contentious subject, currently arousing huge debate across the US. Therefore, not only is this book utterly compulsive, but also topical – a real winner.’
‘Nevin takes you through the hell of a loving father dragged before the courts… there’s a superb twist at the end of a nail biting read.’
Peterborough Evening Telegraph
Matt Stenner is in the prime of life. With a close family, a successful career, friends and wealth, he sees only happiness stretching ahead. Until one evening his student daughter, Camilla, returns home in deep distress. Upset and bewildered, her parents seek professional help. And so begins a chain of shocking allegations, reawakened memories and long-suppressed secrets.
The resulting recriminations are shattering, and in the chaos that follows, no-one knows whom to believe – Matt, Camilla; or the charismatic therapist treating her. Faced with a terrifying courtroom ordeal, the evidence against him seemingly conclusive, Matt fights desperately to clear his name as the nail-biting trial proceeds…
"A white-hot storyteller"
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