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The Woman Who Ran

Sam Baker

'Superbly executed, with a creeping sense of dread that builds to an explosive finish' Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You GoWhat is making Helen Graham so jumpy and evasive? Newly arrived in a tiny Yorkshire village, the locals’ curiosity is her worst nightmare.Looking over her shoulder every day, she tries to piece together her past before it can catch up with her. But with everything she knows in fragments, from her marriage to her career as a war photographer, how can she work out who to trust and what to believe? Most days she can barely remember who she is…She can run. But can she hide?

'Superbly executed, with a creeping sense of dread that builds to an explosive finish' Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You GoWhat is making Helen Graham so jumpy and evasive? Newly arrived in a tiny Yorkshire village, the locals’ curiosity is her worst nightmare.Looking over her shoulder every day, she tries to piece together her past before it can catch up with her. But with everything she knows in fragments, from her marriage to her career as a war photographer, how can she work out who to trust and what to believe? Most days she can barely remember who she is…She can run. But can she hide?
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Genres:

Fiction

Description:

'Superbly executed, with a creeping sense of dread that builds to an explosive finish' Clare Mackintosh, author of I Let You GoWhat is making Helen Graham so jumpy and evasive? Newly arrived in a tiny Yorkshire village, the locals’ curiosity is her worst nightmare.Looking over her shoulder every day, she tries to piece together her past before it can catch up with her. But with everything she knows in fragments, from her marriage to her career as a war photographer, how can she work out who to trust and what to believe? Most days she can barely remember who she is…She can run. But can she hide?

Language:

English

Narrators:

Jenny Funnell

Length:

11h 23m