SARA FOSTER is the bestselling author of five psychological suspense novels: Come Back to Me, Beneath the Shadows, Shallow Breath, All That is Lost Between Us and The Hidden Hours. Her sixth book, You Don't Know Me, will be Simon & Schuster Australia's Christmas title for 2019.
Born and raised in the UK, Sara worked for a time in the HarperCollins fiction department in London, before going freelance as an editor. During her editing career she built up relationships with international publishers in the UK and Australia, working with bestselling authors and first-timers, on books across a broad range of genres, both fiction and non-fiction.
In 2007, Sara took time out from editing to finish her first book, Come Back to Me. It was published in Australia in 2010 and reached the Sydney Morning Herald top ten Australian bestsellers list. In 2011, Beneath the Shadows reached No. 4 on the Australian Sunday Telegraph bestsellers list, and rights were sold in the USA and Germany.Shallow Breath was a 'Book of the Week' pick for the Sydney Morning Herald, while All That is Lost Between Us was reviewed by Hannah Richell in the Australian Women's Weekly, as 'classic suspense, but with a wonderful modern edge'. The Hidden Hours was shortlisted for a Davitt Award in 2018, and was No. 56 in Better Reading's Top 100 books for 2017.
Sara lives with her husband and young daughters in Perth, Western Australia. She is currently a Doctoral candidate at Curtin University, studying Young Adult dystopian fiction.
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Arabella Lane is found dead in the Thames on a frosty winter's morning after the office Christmas party. No one is sure whether she jumped or was pushed. The one person who may know the truth is the office temp, Eleanor.