I Looked Away
the page-turning Sunday Times Top 5 bestseller
YOU TRUSTED HER
YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE
Every Monday, 49-year-old Ellie looks after her grandson Josh. She loves him more than anyone else in the world. The only thing that can mar her happiness is her husband's affair. But he swears it's over now, and Ellie has decided to be thankful for what she's got.
Then one day, while she's looking after Josh, her husband gets a call from that woman. And just a moment, Ellie takes her eyes off her grandson. The accident that happens will change her life forever.
Because Ellie is hiding something in her past.
And what looks like an accident could start to look like murder...
Praise for I Looked Away
Dark, sinister, compelling, and also beautifully humanNicci French
Beautifully writtenPeter James
Compulsive, edgy and with some fabulous twists that I didn't see coming!B A Paris
A powerful portrait of the family ties that can both nurture and damage us. A compulsive readGilly MacMillan
Jane Corry portrays the best and worst in people with a warmth and acumen that draws the reader into their experience and makes it wholly believableMy Weekly
As compellingly page-turning as it is emotionally tender. Jane Corry again has written a 'keep you up all night' thriller with a very big heart. I loved itKate Hamer
I highly recommend to anyoneSarah Simpson
A gripping story with all the twists, emotional resonance and clever layering that Jane Corry does so brilliantly. I raced through this - staying up FAR too late to finishTeresa Driscoll
Jane Corry goes from strength to strength and I Looked Away is her boldest yet because it not only tackles tough situations but reminds us that it's love that redeemsElizabeth Buchan
Beautifully written, complex and utterly gripping. I always feel safe in Jane Corry's handsEmma Curtis
Powerful, emotional . . . I couldn't put it downLiz Fenwick
Sensitive and thought-provokingAdele Parks
An intelligent thriller, rich with emotion and compelling charactersLuana Lewis
Thrilling, emotional and pacy with a clever twist I didn't expectClaire Douglas
Brilliantly plotted, deftly woven and heartbreakingly realJane Shemilt
Intriguing and thought-provokingWoman and Home 'Best Books of Summer 2019'
Gripping from start to finishTake a Break
Brilliantly plotted and compulsively readable. I read this at one sitting. It's a page turner that deals with some meaty issues - mental health, gaslighting, guilt, sex and the lifelong effects of traumaAndrew Wilson