The Trip

By Phoebe Morgan

Published: May 2024

ISBN: 9780008406998

  • A sizzling beach read thriller with an ending readers are calling 'jaw-dropping'…

    'A stone cold tale of secrets, lies and betrayal unfolds on the holiday from hell – 2024’s suitcase essential.' Janice Hallett, bestselling author of The Appeal

    ‘A thrilling page-turner set against a stunning Thai backdrop where everyone has secrets and with a killer twist – loved it.’ Catherine Cooper, author of The Chalet

    'I raced through The Trip – thrilling and fabulous. A summer thriller you won't want to put down.' Lauren North, author of The Teacher's Secret

    'A stunningly brilliant book. The Trip is sun-drenched suspense that demands to be read in one breathless sitting.' Matthew Blake, author of Anna O

    The perfect holiday. The perfect crime.

    Four friends on the holiday of a lifetime. Until a vicious murder shatters their paradise.

    Four friends who'd do anything for each other, until now.

    Only one of them committed a crime.

    But all four know how to keep a secret.

    And they're all guilty of something…

    Readers love The Trip!

    ‘A terrific thriller set on an island with a bunch of friends and one of them could be the killer – what more could you ask for in a book? Loved this!’

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    ‘This was such a fantastic gripping read it pulled me in from the first page until the very last … Excellent writing from start to finish and what a finish it was – such a jaw-dropping ending’

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    'Yet another brilliant novel by this author. I am a big fan'

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    ‘Awesome book! I can’t get enough of these beach vacation thrillers. Great suspense. Great ending!’

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    'I loved the twist and was desperate to know the "secret"… Fantastic'

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