- Publisher: Sphere
- Format: Paperback | 448 pages
- Dimensions: 152mm x 232mm x 34mm | 581g
- Publication date: 27 September 2012
- Publication City/Country: London
- ISBN 10: 184744525X
- ISBN 13: 9781847445254
- Edition statement: Trade Paperback.
- Sales rank: 21,701
My name is Piper Hadley and I went missing on the last Saturday of the summer holidays three years ago. When Piper and her friend Tash disappeared, there was a huge police search, but they were never found. Now Tash, reaching breaking point at the abuse their captor has inflicted on them, has escaped, promising to come back for Piper. Clinical psychologist Joe O'Loughlin and his stalwart companion, ex-cop Vincent Ruiz, force the police to re-open the case after Joe is called in to assess the possible killer of a couple in their own home and finds a connection to the missing girls. But they are racing against time to save Piper from someone with an evil, calculating and twisted mind...
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Before writing full-time Michael Robotham was an investigative journalist in Britain, Australia and the US. He is the pseudonymous author of ten best-selling non-fiction titles, involving prominent figures in the military, the arts, sport and science. He lives in Sydney with his wife and three daughters.
Say You're Sorry truly lives up to the hype of being unputdownable Sunday Telegraph Michael Robotham knows how to scare people Bayside Bulletin A first-rate psychological thriller Sunday Age The well-drawn characters on either side of the crime make fine supports for a wounded hero in a wounded world Sunday Herald Robotham delivers another nail-biting thriller Adelaide Advertiser A chilling psychological thriller Coffs Coast Advocate A new thriller from Australian Michael Robotham is always eagerly awaited Pittwater Life A gripping new psychological thriller Hawkesbury Courier This is Robotham in top form Saturday Age 'You know you're in for a ride with a Robotham book ... skilfully unspools gripping yarns, spiked with humour to put you in peril of missing your train stop Who Weekly You'll find yourself locking your doors after reading Michael Robotham's edge-of-your-seat thriller Say You're Sorry Sunday Herald A first-rate psychological thriller! Oberon Review This is Robotham's home ground and he's in insightful top form ... The suspense crackles until the last page - which I found I was still reading at 2.30am Australian Women's Weekly The author demonstrates a mastery of his craft as he elevates the story beyond that of a police procedural; it doesn't so much draw you in as grab you by the lapels and shove you headfirst into a story that intrigues, shocks, terrifies and enthrals. A cracking read Good Reading After seven previous nail-biting thrillers, few British writers can ramp up the tension as skilfully as Robotham. A winner. Irish Independent Unbearably tense and nail-biting Belfast Telegraph