Faith

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Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Faith by Lesley Pearse, read by Tracy Wiles.

Scotland, 1995. On the hills of Cornton Vale Prison.

She was convicted of killing her best friend . . .

Laura Brannigan has been put away for murder. She insists that she didn’t kill Jackie. But her search for true justice seems futile. Then she receives a letter that takes her back to her youth and the memory of an old love, Stuart . . .

Twenty years ago was a heady time for Laura: she’d escaped an abusive home, and together with Jackie they had made a fresh start. They had sworn to be sisters for ever.

What could have possibly gone so wrong? And why is Stuart writing to her now? Does he believe Laura’s innocent and can he help free her from prison . . . and her past?

Lesley Pearse, the bestselling author of Dead to Me and Without a Trace, explores a web of thrilling secrets and injustices in the gripping novel Faith. Susan Lewis fans will love Lesley Pearse.

Praise for Lesley Pearse:

‘With characters it is impossible not to care about … this is storytelling at its very best’ Daily Mail
‘Lose yourself in this epic saga’ Bella
‘An emotional and moving epic you won’t forget in a hurry’ Woman’s Weekly

Find Lesley on Twitter @LesleyPearse or find out more on her website, www.lesleypearse.co.uk.

Critics Review

  • Heart-warming and evocative, a real delight to read

    Sun
  • Scotland, 1995. On the hills of Cornton Vale Prison.

    She was convicted of killing her best friend . . .

    Laura Brannigan has been put away for murder. She insists that she didn’t kill Jackie. But her search for true justice seems futile. Then she receives a letter that takes her back to her youth and the memory of an old love, Stuart . . .

    from the publisher's description
  • Evocative, compelling, told from the heart

    Sunday Express
  • An emotional and moving epic you won’t forget in a hurry

    Woman's Weekly
  • Utterly riveting, brilliant

    Closer
  • With characters it is impossible not to care about, this is storytelling at its very best

    Daily Mail

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