Publication Date 10.06.21
Everyone says Graham Catton was the perfect husband, professor and father.
Why would someone murder him?
His wife, Hannah Catton, tells the police she remembers nothing from the night of the murder.
Why would she lie to them?
Evidence against the accused, Mike Philips, is minimal and he protests his innocence throughout the trial.
Why would they convict him?
Journalist Anna Byers has overturned numerous prison sentences with her popular podcast CONVICTION and she believes the wrong man is behind bars.
What will she do to help him?
Someone knows more about the murder than they’re telling. It may have been Hannah’s husband who was killed, but listeners are about to become judge, jury and executioner on this season of CONVICTION.
Five Star Review
Claustrophobic Gothic and Tense.
A brilliantly constructed book. Adored the clever way the tension escalated throughout until you felt as trapped and frightened as Hannah.
The narrative was told through two timelines and interspersed with a true crime podcast which made it feel so real and heightened the sense of peril. All the listeners get involved. They are even posting their thoughts on social media.
So twisty that I just didn't know who to believe or trust. Can you work it out?
Another one that kept me up late at night.