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If You Knew Her - Book Cover - debut novel

Emotionally charged and tautly plotted, Emily Elgar’s debut is a stunning example of psychological suspense”

Clare Mackintosh, number one bestselling author of I Let You Go and I See You

“Such a brilliant and cleverly crafted idea. A novel which will make you wonder what others are really thinking”

Jane Corry, Sunday Times bestselling author of My Husband’s Wife

The perfect life?
Or the perfect lie . . .

Cassie had it all – the fairytale wedding, the stunning home, the perfect husband. But when she arrives on the intensive care ward at St Catherine’s hospital in a coma, it soon becomes clear that she has a secret; a secret that changes everything.
Alice, the chief nurse on the ward begins to feel a connection with Cassie and can’t help but wonder if things are not quite as they seem.
Frank, another patient, can hear and see everything around him but cannot communicate. He understands that Cassie’s life is in danger and only he holds the truth, which no one can know and he cannot tell . . .

If You Knew Her, a debut novel from Emily Elgar, is published in the UK
by Little Brown /Sphere  

Also Available in Other Countries

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