Product Description Here are two things I know about my mother:1. She had dark hair, like mine. 2. She wasnât very happy at the end. Anna has always believed that her mother, Debbie, died 30 years ago on the night she disappeared. But when her father gets a strange note, she realises that sheâs never been told the full story of what happened that night on the cliff. Confused and upset, Anna turns to her husband Jack â but when she finds a love letter from another woman in his wallet, she realises thereâs no-one left to help her, least of all her family. And then a body is foundâ¦ Review PRAISE FOR ELISABETH CARPENTER: '11 Missed Calls is a compelling mystery full of family secrets and lies, with intriguing three-dimensional characters'. ROZ WATKINS âThe perfect summer read. Carpenter has the rare ability to tune into the domestic sphere, amplify tension and weave suspense and drama into what others, with a less careful eye, might discard as mundane,â SYD MOORE âA wonderfully assured debut about every parentâs darkest nightmare â expertly weaving a familyâs story together with a real sense of tension and some great twists. Highly recommended.â TM Logan, bestselling author of LIES âAn intense domestic thriller, twists and turns galore, and a host of family secrets. An absorbing read.â PAUL FINCH, bestselling author of STRANGERS âLibby Carpenter's beautiful writing draws you in immediately. Her characterisation is superb, and she skillfully delivers a pacey, suspenseful plot. 99 Red Balloons is an intelligent, taut and compelling thriller that manages to pack a punch â and still throws you right at the end. It's perfect â I loved every word.â SAM CARRINGTON, bestselling author of SAVING SOPHIE âI LOVED 99 Red Balloons. What a rollercoaster of a read! I swear, you could almost SEE the moment when everything clicked into place in my head! A brilliant, tense, pacy read.â LISA HALL, bestselling author of BETWEEN ME AND YOU âThis sharp, poignant domestic noir is like watching a snake slither towards its prey. You want to look away but somehow you can't stop looking. Carpenter emerges as an addictive new talent, climbing inside the characters and opening them up for the reader to devour. What a wonderful debut!â HELEN FIELDS, author or PERFECT REMAINS 'I loved this book. It is a thoroughly satisfying page turning read, full of characterisation and pathos. The empathy I felt towards the characters is to me , for a crime novel, what makes it stand out. Very well written and the plot is seamless.â AMANDA ROBSON, author of OBSESSION Book Description A gripping psychological thriller that will have you on the edge of your seat About the Author Libby Carpenter lives in Preston with her family. She completed a BA in English Literature and Language with the Open University in 2011.Libby was awarded a Northern Writersâ New Fiction award, and was longlisted for Yeovil Literary Prize (2015 and 2016) and the MsLexia Womenâs Novel award (2015). She loves living in the north of England and sets most of her stories in the area. She currently works as a book keeper. Her first novel, 99 Red Balloons, became a bestseller in 2017.