What Happened to Nina? - Publication Date 28 Feb 2024

What Happened to Nina? - Publication Date 28 Feb 2024

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*** Publication Date: 28 Feb 2024***

From the #1 internationally bestselling author of The Murder Rule comes an emotional novel of suspense about two families pitted against each other.

'Addictive. Propulsive. Dervla McTiernan is a thriller master.' Trent Dalton


Nick's Review


Nina, a young and intelligent woman, appeared to have the perfect life. However, when her relationship with her boyfriend began to fracture, her sudden disappearance raised numerous unanswered questions.

As a father of two young children, I found the unfolding drama to be quite challenging. How does one navigate the complex world of social media when caught up in such events? As a parent, what steps do you take to protect your child? While unconditional love is prevalent, would you still feel the same if your child was suspected of wrongdoing?

With its fast-paced writing style, this book will enthrall readers who enjoy thrillers and crime fiction.

Other Reviews

'Her best yet. Completely riveting ... and everyone's going to be talking about that ending' Sally Hepworth

'Propulsive and satisfying ... This is Dervla McTiernan at her finest.' Tracey Lien, internationally bestselling author of All That's Left Unsaid

'Gripping ... A smart and unpredictable portrait of how the boundaries between tragedy and entertainment get blurred. It's a disturbing treat for thriller fans.' Publishers Weekly

'One of the best thrillers I have read ... unforgettable and deeply moving' Don Winslow

'McTiernan turns the traditional thriller on its head ... [with] deep humanity ... Truly haunting.' Kirkus starred review

'A masterpiece. Haunting, emotional, fiercely intelligent and absolutely diabolical' TJ Newman, author of Falling

Praise for Dervla McTiernan:

'An uncommonly fine mystery writer' New York Times

'McTiernan's in the top rank of crime writers' Chris Hammer

'A born storyteller' Val McDermid