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When private investigator Reid is sent to look into a suspicious car crash, he finds himself in the one place he swore he'd never go back to - the town where he grew up.

Returning to Manson brings back traumatic memories that Reid has spent a decade burying; and keeping his past separate from the investigation is futile. People remember what he did all those years ago.

As rumours swirl about the couple involved in the crash, Reid's line of questioning is taken in a new direction when the Chief of Police's daughter goes missing. Was the car crash just an isolated tragic accident, or is there something darker beating at the heart of this small town? Can Reid escape Manson again, or will it finally swallow him whole?

Tense and claustrophobic, The Wrong Woman is an edge-of-your-seat suspense novel with provocative characters and gripping twists.

What are people saying

'The Wrong Woman captures you from page one and then barrels along with all the hallmarks of a J.P. Pomare thriller - a twisty plot, unforgettable characters and, more importantly, heart. Read this book!'

- CHRISTIAN WHITE, author of The Nowhere Child

An expertly plotted mystery with echoes of Lee Child. I raced through it and missed it once I finished

ALLIE REYNOLDS, author of Shiver

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