Author(s): Sara Foster
'Foster cranks up the tension with a cast of characters concealing dark and explosive secrets.' Hannah Richell, Australian Women's Weekly
The lies we tell for love are the most dangerous of all.
Seventeen-year-old Georgia has a secret - one that is isolating her from everyone she loves. She is desperate to tell her best friend, but Sophia is ignoring her, and she doesn't know why. Before she can find out, Sophia is left fighting for her life after a hit and run, with Georgia a traumatised witness.
As a school psychologist, Georgia's mother, Anya, should be used to dealing with scared adolescents. However, it's very different when the girl who needs help is your own child. Meanwhile,Georgia's father, Callum, is wracked with a guilt he can't share - and when her younger brother, Zac, stumbles on an unlikely truth, the family relationships begin to implode.
Georgia's secret is about to go viral, leaving her in terrible danger. Can the family rise above the lies they have told and fight for what matters most of all?
Set against the stark, rugged beauty of England's Lake District, All That is Lost Between Us is a timeless thriller with a modern twist.
Praise for All That is Lost Between Us
'Gripping ... A compelling slice of domestic noir that throws the reader into the heart of a family in turmoil. Foster cranks up the tension with a cast of characters concealing dark and explosive secrets.' Hannah Richell, Australian Women's Weekly
'A rapidly paced, captivating plot ... Sara deftly explores important modern issues' - Good Reading
'Escalating tension and classic suspense make this a contemporary page-turner.' Monocle Magazine (UK)
Definitely one that bridges that teen to adult market well. For a thriller, it's enthralling without the gratuity of sex and violence that some authors seem to rely upon, and the hopes and fears of the characters will resonate with many readers. That poor old Lake District certainly comes in for its fair share of crime, mystery and thrillers! Fortunately Beatrix Potter evens things out :)