Aspiring journalist Bella must solve the murder of her best friend – but her memory is full of blanks. The new psychological thriller from the author of Find Me.
'Brilliantly plotted, with a seismic twist' Rosamund Lupton
Her best friend is dead and she needs to know why.
Aspiring journalist Bella is on work experience at a national newspaper when, out of the blue, she receives an anonymous letter promising her a big scoop if she travels down to Wiltshire.
All she finds is a government scientist spouting conspiracy theories in the pub. But then Bella's best friend Erin is found dead in a nearby field, her body staged in the centre of a crop circle. Bella is devastated. Is this the real reason she was lured out here?
While detective Silas Hart searches for evidence, Bella scours her own memory for clues. But it's full of blanks – the details of her university days with Erin keep slipping away. What secrets was Erin hiding? And, once they're uncovered, what will it mean for Bella?
Praise for The Man on Hackpen Hill:
'An impressive, twisty tale' Independent
'Impeccably researched... An unusual mystery told with exceptional skill' Daily Mail
'A kind of Wiltshire Da Vinci Code... A real page turner' Tom Bradby