Follow Me

Abigail Allen's dark secret is that when she was thirteen years old, she was responsible for killing her parents and boyfriend in an accident. Now a cellist with a modest career, guilt has become Abigail's most constant companion. She has reconciled herself to living alone. Alone, she knows, is what she deserves.

Until she meets Silas Graves. Charming, persuasive Silas, the photographer who knows about her past but loves her in spite of it - maybe even because of it. Silas has his own dark secrets. Few things shock him, and nothing is as important to him as love. But all the people he's loved in his life have, in his eyes, betrayed him. Silas, a possessive, jealous man, can forgive almost anything except betrayal.

Abigail is different.  She needs him, adores him.  Abigail won't betray him.

She'd better not.


‘Hilary Norman 's crime novels are some of the genre's
scariest and in Guilt she has created one of the most
detestable characters in all fiction… Norman is still
superior to many rivals at their very best.'
Gerald Kaufmann, The Scotsman

Published by Piatkus Books 2004 in hardback, trade and mass market paperback
Audio edition (read by the author), Soundings Audio Books 2005

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