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0120100920

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister, Tess, is missing, she leaves her job in New York and returns home to London on the first available flight. Having already lost her little brother, who died of Cystic Fibrosis as a child, Bee cannot bear the thought of losing her sister. When she tells the police that Tess had been getting nuisance calls, and that she was pregnant by a lecturer at her college who hadn't wanted her to have the baby, the police decide to do a reconstruction of Tess's last known movements.

This is Rosamund Lupton's first novel, a tense psychological thriller that explores the powerful bond between sisters that endures beyond death. The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister is missing, she returns home to London.

0120100920

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister, Tess, is missing, she leaves her job in New York and returns home to London on the first available flight.

Having already lost her little brother, who died of Cystic Fibrosis as a child, Bee cannot bear the thought of losing her sister.

When she tells the police that Tess had been getting nuisance calls, and that she was pregnant by a lecturer at her college who hadn't wanted her to have the baby, the police decide to do a reconstruction of Tess's last known movements.

This is Rosamund Lupton's first novel, a tense psychological thriller that explores the powerful bond between sisters that endures beyond death.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister is missing, she returns home to London.

0120100920

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister, Tess, is missing, she leaves her job in New York and returns home to London on the first available flight.

Having already lost her little brother, who died of Cystic Fibrosis as a child, Bee cannot bear the thought of losing her sister.

When she tells the police that Tess had been getting nuisance calls, and that she was pregnant by a lecturer at her college who hadn't wanted her to have the baby, the police decide to do a reconstruction of Tess's last known movements.

This is Rosamund Lupton's first novel, a tense psychological thriller that explores the powerful bond between sisters that endures beyond death.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister is missing, she returns home to London.

When Beatrice hears that her younger sister, Tess, is missing, she leaves her job in New York and returns home to London on the first available flight. Having already lost her little brother, who died of Cystic Fibrosis as a child, Bee cannot bear the thought of losing her sister. When she tells the police that Tess had been getting nuisance calls, and that she was pregnant by a lecturer at her college who hadn't wanted her to have the baby, the police decide to do a reconstruction of Tess's last known movements.

This is Rosamund Lupton's first novel, a tense psychological thriller that explores the powerful bond between sisters that endures beyond death. The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

0220100921

Beatrice Hemming has returned from the US because her younger sister Tess has gone missing from her home in London. The two have always been very close and the abruptness of her disappearance, without a word to her beloved sister, makes Beatrice believe something terrible must have happened to Tess. Could it have been linked to Tess's pregnancy by her college lecturer? Beatrice quickly becomes heavily involved, taking part in a police reconstruction and meeting one of Tess's new friends. Then she hears two momentous pieces of news about Tess.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Could Tess's disappearance be linked to her pregnancy by her college lecturer?

0220100921

Beatrice Hemming has returned from the US because her younger sister Tess has gone missing from her home in London.

The two have always been very close and the abruptness of her disappearance, without a word to her beloved sister, makes Beatrice believe something terrible must have happened to Tess.

Could it have been linked to Tess's pregnancy by her college lecturer? Beatrice quickly becomes heavily involved, taking part in a police reconstruction and meeting one of Tess's new friends.

Then she hears two momentous pieces of news about Tess.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Could Tess's disappearance be linked to her pregnancy by her college lecturer?

0220100921

Beatrice Hemming has returned from the US because her younger sister Tess has gone missing from her home in London.

The two have always been very close and the abruptness of her disappearance, without a word to her beloved sister, makes Beatrice believe something terrible must have happened to Tess.

Could it have been linked to Tess's pregnancy by her college lecturer? Beatrice quickly becomes heavily involved, taking part in a police reconstruction and meeting one of Tess's new friends.

Then she hears two momentous pieces of news about Tess.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths and the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Could Tess's disappearance be linked to her pregnancy by her college lecturer?

Beatrice Hemming has returned from the US because her younger sister Tess has gone missing from her home in London. The two have always been very close and the abruptness of her disappearance, without a word to her beloved sister, makes Beatrice believe something terrible must have happened to Tess. Could it have been linked to Tess's pregnancy by her college lecturer? Beatrice quickly becomes heavily involved, taking part in a police reconstruction and meeting one of Tess's new friends. Then she hears two momentous pieces of news about Tess.

0320100922

Beatrice has discovered that her little sister Tess and her unborn baby were involved in a gene trial because of their family history of Cystic Fibrosis. With Tess still missing, she gets the news that Tess had already had the baby before her disappearance, but that the child died. Bee is distraught to think that Tess hadn't told her, and her suspicions increase that there is something sinister behind Tess's disappearance. An unsettling encounter with Tess' friend Simon, who claims to have been in love with her, only heightens her anxiety, and then she hears the dreadful news that Tess has been found dead in the snow outside a toilet block in a London park. Now, Beatrice must identify her sister's body and embark on her own hunt for Tess's murderer.

The reader is Hattie Morahan and the book is abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee refuses to believe the police conclusion that Tess killed herself.

0320100922

Beatrice has discovered that her little sister Tess and her unborn baby were involved in a gene trial because of their family history of Cystic Fibrosis.

With Tess still missing, she gets the news that Tess had already had the baby before her disappearance, but that the child died.

Bee is distraught to think that Tess hadn't told her, and her suspicions increase that there is something sinister behind Tess's disappearance.

An unsettling encounter with Tess' friend Simon, who claims to have been in love with her, only heightens her anxiety, and then she hears the dreadful news that Tess has been found dead in the snow outside a toilet block in a London park.

Now, Beatrice must identify her sister's body and embark on her own hunt for Tess's murderer.

The reader is Hattie Morahan and the book is abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee refuses to believe the police conclusion that Tess killed herself.

0320100922

Beatrice has discovered that her little sister Tess and her unborn baby were involved in a gene trial because of their family history of Cystic Fibrosis.

With Tess still missing, she gets the news that Tess had already had the baby before her disappearance, but that the child died.

Bee is distraught to think that Tess hadn't told her, and her suspicions increase that there is something sinister behind Tess's disappearance.

An unsettling encounter with Tess' friend Simon, who claims to have been in love with her, only heightens her anxiety, and then she hears the dreadful news that Tess has been found dead in the snow outside a toilet block in a London park.

Now, Beatrice must identify her sister's body and embark on her own hunt for Tess's murderer.

The reader is Hattie Morahan and the book is abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee refuses to believe the police conclusion that Tess killed herself.

Beatrice has discovered that her little sister Tess and her unborn baby were involved in a gene trial because of their family history of Cystic Fibrosis. With Tess still missing, she gets the news that Tess had already had the baby before her disappearance, but that the child died. Bee is distraught to think that Tess hadn't told her, and her suspicions increase that there is something sinister behind Tess's disappearance. An unsettling encounter with Tess' friend Simon, who claims to have been in love with her, only heightens her anxiety, and then she hears the dreadful news that Tess has been found dead in the snow outside a toilet block in a London park. Now, Beatrice must identify her sister's body and embark on her own hunt for Tess's murderer.

0420100923

Rosamund Lupton's first novel is a gripping psychological thriller about the bonds between two sisters. After Bee has identified the body of her sister, Tess, she returns to Tess' flat to find Emilio Codi, the lecturer who Tess said was the father of her stillborn child, trying to remove his paintings from the flat. When the post mortem results come through, the police are convinced that Tess must have taken her own life and that she had been suffering from post-natal psychosis. Bee refuses to accept the diagnosis, and remains adamant that someone must have killed her. Feeling isolated in her grief, and unable to persuade anyone to trust her instincts about Tess' death, Bee determines to find out the truth.

Bee meets the psychiatrist who saw her sister Tess on the morning before she died.

0420100923

Rosamund Lupton's first novel is a gripping psychological thriller about the bonds between two sisters.

After Bee has identified the body of her sister, Tess, she returns to Tess' flat to find Emilio Codi, the lecturer who Tess said was the father of her stillborn child, trying to remove his paintings from the flat.

When the post mortem results come through, the police are convinced that Tess must have taken her own life and that she had been suffering from post-natal psychosis.

Bee refuses to accept the diagnosis, and remains adamant that someone must have killed her.

Feeling isolated in her grief, and unable to persuade anyone to trust her instincts about Tess' death, Bee determines to find out the truth.

Bee meets the psychiatrist who saw her sister Tess on the morning before she died.

0420100923

Rosamund Lupton's first novel is a gripping psychological thriller about the bonds between two sisters.

After Bee has identified the body of her sister, Tess, she returns to Tess' flat to find Emilio Codi, the lecturer who Tess said was the father of her stillborn child, trying to remove his paintings from the flat.

When the post mortem results come through, the police are convinced that Tess must have taken her own life and that she had been suffering from post-natal psychosis.

Bee refuses to accept the diagnosis, and remains adamant that someone must have killed her.

Feeling isolated in her grief, and unable to persuade anyone to trust her instincts about Tess' death, Bee determines to find out the truth.

Bee meets the psychiatrist who saw her sister Tess on the morning before she died.

Rosamund Lupton's first novel is a gripping psychological thriller about the bonds between two sisters. After Bee has identified the body of her sister, Tess, she returns to Tess' flat to find Emilio Codi, the lecturer who Tess said was the father of her stillborn child, trying to remove his paintings from the flat. When the post mortem results come through, the police are convinced that Tess must have taken her own life and that she had been suffering from post-natal psychosis. Bee refuses to accept the diagnosis, and remains adamant that someone must have killed her. Feeling isolated in her grief, and unable to persuade anyone to trust her instincts about Tess' death, Bee determines to find out the truth.

0520100924

Bee's struggle to persuade the police that her sister Tess didn't commit suicide continues as she goes to meet the psychiatrist who saw Tess shortly before her death. Bee discovers that he changed his diagnosis of post-natal depression to one of psychosis, but only after he learnt of her death. But Bee's efforts to convince him that Tess wouldn't have taken her own life meet with a professional stonewall. Bee also learns, from Tess' phone bill, that Tess had tried to call her in the States fifteen times in the twenty-four hours before she died, and her guilt over Tess' death increases with the knowledge that she had failed Tess in her time of need. Spurred on by this, she visits Tess's fellow student Simon in his flat, and there makes a sinister discovery.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths, the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is shocked to realise she missed fifteen phone calls from her sister before she died.

0520100924

Bee's struggle to persuade the police that her sister Tess didn't commit suicide continues as she goes to meet the psychiatrist who saw Tess shortly before her death.

Bee discovers that he changed his diagnosis of post-natal depression to one of psychosis, but only after he learnt of her death.

But Bee's efforts to convince him that Tess wouldn't have taken her own life meet with a professional stonewall.

Bee also learns, from Tess' phone bill, that Tess had tried to call her in the States fifteen times in the twenty-four hours before she died, and her guilt over Tess' death increases with the knowledge that she had failed Tess in her time of need.

Spurred on by this, she visits Tess's fellow student Simon in his flat, and there makes a sinister discovery.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths, the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is shocked to realise she missed fifteen phone calls from her sister before she died.

0520100924

Bee's struggle to persuade the police that her sister Tess didn't commit suicide continues as she goes to meet the psychiatrist who saw Tess shortly before her death.

Bee discovers that he changed his diagnosis of post-natal depression to one of psychosis, but only after he learnt of her death.

But Bee's efforts to convince him that Tess wouldn't have taken her own life meet with a professional stonewall.

Bee also learns, from Tess' phone bill, that Tess had tried to call her in the States fifteen times in the twenty-four hours before she died, and her guilt over Tess' death increases with the knowledge that she had failed Tess in her time of need.

Spurred on by this, she visits Tess's fellow student Simon in his flat, and there makes a sinister discovery.

The abridger is Lauris Morgan Griffiths, the reader is Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is shocked to realise she missed fifteen phone calls from her sister before she died.

Bee's struggle to persuade the police that her sister Tess didn't commit suicide continues as she goes to meet the psychiatrist who saw Tess shortly before her death. Bee discovers that he changed his diagnosis of post-natal depression to one of psychosis, but only after he learnt of her death. But Bee's efforts to convince him that Tess wouldn't have taken her own life meet with a professional stonewall. Bee also learns, from Tess' phone bill, that Tess had tried to call her in the States fifteen times in the twenty-four hours before she died, and her guilt over Tess' death increases with the knowledge that she had failed Tess in her time of need. Spurred on by this, she visits Tess's fellow student Simon in his flat, and there makes a sinister discovery.

0620100927

Tess's funeral has taken place. Beatrice has learned about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body during the post-mortem. During a visit to Tess's friend Simon's flat to ask him about his last meeting with Tess, Bee discovered in his bedroom a collection of photographs of Tess. Tess's Polish friend Kasia reveals for the first time that both women had been given money during the course of the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial. Now, Bee decides to find out more about the trial from Professor Rosen who is running it.

Hattie Morahan reads Rosamund Lupton's novel, abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice learns about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body.

0620100927

Tess's funeral has taken place.

Beatrice has learned about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body during the post-mortem.

During a visit to Tess's friend Simon's flat to ask him about his last meeting with Tess, Bee discovered in his bedroom a collection of photographs of Tess.

Tess's Polish friend Kasia reveals for the first time that both women had been given money during the course of the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial.

Now, Bee decides to find out more about the trial from Professor Rosen who is running it.

Hattie Morahan reads Rosamund Lupton's novel, abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice learns about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body.

0620100927

Tess's funeral has taken place.

Beatrice has learned about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body during the post-mortem.

During a visit to Tess's friend Simon's flat to ask him about his last meeting with Tess, Bee discovered in his bedroom a collection of photographs of Tess.

Tess's Polish friend Kasia reveals for the first time that both women had been given money during the course of the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial.

Now, Bee decides to find out more about the trial from Professor Rosen who is running it.

Hattie Morahan reads Rosamund Lupton's novel, abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice learns about the three drugs which were found in her sister's body.

0720100928

The realisation that Tess's baby did not have Cystic Fibrosis has set Beatrice on the trail of the murderer. Knowing the police won't take her seriously, she is on her own: her next move is to interview another of the mothers who took part in the CF gene therapy trial.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths from Rosamund Lupton's novel. Read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Following her discovery of a motive for her sister's murder, Bee closes in on the killer.

0720100928

The realisation that Tess's baby did not have Cystic Fibrosis has set Beatrice on the trail of the murderer.

Knowing the police won't take her seriously, she is on her own: her next move is to interview another of the mothers who took part in the CF gene therapy trial.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths from Rosamund Lupton's novel.

Read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Following her discovery of a motive for her sister's murder, Bee closes in on the killer.

0720100928

The realisation that Tess's baby did not have Cystic Fibrosis has set Beatrice on the trail of the murderer.

Knowing the police won't take her seriously, she is on her own: her next move is to interview another of the mothers who took part in the CF gene therapy trial.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths from Rosamund Lupton's novel.

Read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Following her discovery of a motive for her sister's murder, Bee closes in on the killer.

0820100929

After visiting a second mother who had taken part in the same Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial as Tess, and whose baby also died at birth, Beatrice is convinced there is a link between the trial and the her sister's death. She is given hope by the fact the the police have finally accepted her belief that Tess was murdered, but she must still try to find further evidence before she can prove her theory to them.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is sure there is a link between the Cystic Fybrosis trial and the her sister's death.

0820100929

After visiting a second mother who had taken part in the same Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial as Tess, and whose baby also died at birth, Beatrice is convinced there is a link between the trial and the her sister's death.

She is given hope by the fact the the police have finally accepted her belief that Tess was murdered, but she must still try to find further evidence before she can prove her theory to them.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is sure there is a link between the Cystic Fybrosis trial and the her sister's death.

0820100929

After visiting a second mother who had taken part in the same Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial as Tess, and whose baby also died at birth, Beatrice is convinced there is a link between the trial and the her sister's death.

She is given hope by the fact the the police have finally accepted her belief that Tess was murdered, but she must still try to find further evidence before she can prove her theory to them.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Producers: Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Bee is sure there is a link between the Cystic Fybrosis trial and the her sister's death.

0920100930

The police have finally acknowledged that Bea's sister Tessa was murdered, and didn't commit suicide whilst in the grip of post-natal psychosis. Bea is convinced that the key to her death lies with the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial she had taken part in, and has been given hope by William, a doctor from the hospital where Tess had her baby, who has not only become a partner in the hunt for the truth, but has made his attraction to Bea quite clear. As she closes in on the killer, there's a dreadful shock in store for Bea.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice is determined to prove the link between the gene therapy trial and Tessa's murder

0920100930

The police have finally acknowledged that Bea's sister Tessa was murdered, and didn't commit suicide whilst in the grip of post-natal psychosis.

Bea is convinced that the key to her death lies with the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial she had taken part in, and has been given hope by William, a doctor from the hospital where Tess had her baby, who has not only become a partner in the hunt for the truth, but has made his attraction to Bea quite clear.

As she closes in on the killer, there's a dreadful shock in store for Bea.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice is determined to prove the link between the gene therapy trial and Tessa's murder

0920100930

The police have finally acknowledged that Bea's sister Tessa was murdered, and didn't commit suicide whilst in the grip of post-natal psychosis.

Bea is convinced that the key to her death lies with the Cystic Fibrosis gene therapy trial she had taken part in, and has been given hope by William, a doctor from the hospital where Tess had her baby, who has not only become a partner in the hunt for the truth, but has made his attraction to Bea quite clear.

As she closes in on the killer, there's a dreadful shock in store for Bea.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by Hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice is determined to prove the link between the gene therapy trial and Tessa's murder

10 LAST20101001

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late? The murderer has her at his mercy and it's clear he's planning to kill again. There's a final shocking twist to this dark and gripping psychological thriller about the bond between two sisters.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late?

10 LAST20101001

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late? The murderer has her at his mercy and it's clear he's planning to kill again.

There's a final shocking twist to this dark and gripping psychological thriller about the bond between two sisters.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late?

10 LAST20101001

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late? The murderer has her at his mercy and it's clear he's planning to kill again.

There's a final shocking twist to this dark and gripping psychological thriller about the bond between two sisters.

Abridged by Lauris Morgan-Griffiths and read by hattie Morahan.

Produced by Sara Davies and Christine Hall.

Beatrice now knows who killed her sister, and why, but has the knowledge come too late?