Criminal psychologist Cyrus Haven and Evie Cormac return in this "powerhouse of a novel" (Booklist, starred review) from internationally bestselling author Michael Robotham, a writer Stephen King calls "an absolute master...with heart and soul."
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Who is Evie, the girl with no past, running from? She was discovered hiding in a secret room in the aftermath of a terrible crime. Her ability to tell when someone is lying helped Cyrus crack an impenetrable case in Good Girl, Bad Girl. Now, the closer Cyrus gets to uncovering answers about Evie's dark history, the more he exposes Evie to danger, giving her no choice but to run. Ultimately, both will have to decide if some secrets are better left buried and some monsters should never be named...
Michael Robotham is a former investigative journalist whose psychological thrillers have been translated into twenty-three languages. In 2015, he won the prestigious UK Gold Dagger for his novel Life or Death, which was also shortlisted for the 2016 Edgar Allan Poe Award for best novel. Michael has twice won a Ned Kelly Award for Australia's best crime novel for Lost in 2015 and Shatter in 2008. He has also twice been shortlisted for the CWA UK Steel Dagger in 2007 for The Night Ferry and 2008 with Shatter. He lives in Sydney with his wife and three daughters. His recent novels include When She Was Good; The Secrets She Keeps; and Good Girl, Bad Girl.
"[A] gripping follow-up to Good Girl, Bad Girl. . . . Robotham delves into some very (very) dark territory, and the horror steadily mounts... Readers will be putty in this supremely talented author's capable hands. An urgent, poignant, and terrifying thriller. More please." - Kirkus Reviews
"[A] powerhouse of a novel. . . . The whole enterprise is enriched by wonderfully cadenced prose that almost invites one to feel its texture. It's rare to be overawed by the writing in scenes of violence and danger, but...this one's a jewel, and readers who don't know Robotham should immediately catch up." - Booklist
"Twisty. . . . fans of grim psychological suspense will be rewarded." - Publishers Weekly
"[A] page-turner from the start. . . . When She Was Good makes a desperate plea for the forces of love and justice to prevail." - New York Journal of Books