About this book
The hugely popular crime writer returns with the paperback edition of her latest psychological thriller. Rendell's previous novel, "End In Tears" has sold over 240,000 copies to date, and she has won numerous awards in her career, which spans over forty years. 'Once again, she has broken with the traditions of crime fiction, that it should engage the mind rather than the emotions.' "Sunday Times"
Ismay and her sister, Heather, lived in a house in Clapham. Ismay worked in public relations, and Heather in catering. They never discussed the changes to the house. But even lives as private as these, where secrets hang in the air like dust, intertwine with other worlds and other individuals. And the truth will emerge.