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Who is more dangerous? An enemy? A friend? Or a lover?
Bonnie Graham stands in the open door of her friend's apartment. She is alone, except for the dead body lying in a pool of blood on the floor. What happened? What will Bonnie do now? Whom can she turn to? And what role has she played in the murderous events?
Bonnie is a music teacher who has spent a long, hot summer in London rehearsing with a band to play at a friend's wedding. It was supposed to be fun, but the band members find the complicated knots of their friendships--some old, some new--unraveling as the days themselves unwind. What was meant to be a summer of happiness, love, and music turns deadly as lovers betray one another, passions turn murderous, and friendship itself becomes a crime. Everyone tells lies. But is anyone prepared to tell the truth to uncover a murderer?
Nicci French, the author of eleven internationally bestselling novels including Killing Me Softly, Catch Me When I Fall, and Losing You, delivers a sexy, intricate thriller about the temptation of secrets, the weight of lies, and the price of betrayal and suspicion.
Complicit is a gripping psychological thriller by the highly acclaimed and Top Ten bestselling author, Nicci French
Who is more deadly?
An enemy? A friend?
Or a lover?
Bonnie Graham is in her friend's flat. She is alone, except for the dead body lying in a pool of blood. What happened? What will she do? And is any or all of it her fault?
Bonnie is a music teacher who has spent a long, hot summer in London rehearsing with a band. It was supposed to be fun, but the tricky knots of the band's friendships unravel with each passing day.
What was meant to be a summer of happiness, music and love turns deadly as lovers betray, passions turn homicidal and friendship itself becomes a crime.
Someone in the band must be a killer. Is it Bonnie? And if not - who is it?
Praise for Nicci French:
'Relentlessly addictive . . . Friendship and betrayal has never been so deadly' Mirror
'A gripping crime mystery, an accomplished thriller' Woman
'Exerts a vice-like grip' Daily Telegraph
'Reels in readers from the start' Independent