By Sally Hepworth
Endlessly mysterious. Sally Hepworth is a born storyteller’ – Trent Dalton
Gabe is alone at the cliff’s edge. His arms are outstretched, palms facing the empty air.
He said she jumped. He wouldn’t lie.
Before the woman went over the cliff, Pippa and Gabe were happy. They had the kind of marriage that everyone envies, as well as two sweet young daughters, a supportive family, and a picturesque cliff-side home – which would have been idyllic had the tall beachside cliffs not become so popular among those wishing to end their lives.
Gabe has become somewhat of a local hero since they moved to the cliff house, talking seven people down from stepping off the edge. But when Gabe fails to save the eighth, a sordid web of secrets begins to unravel, pushing bonds of loyalty and love to the brink.
What wouldn’t you do for your soulmate?
Praise for The Soulmate
‘Could not stop reading’ – Holly Wainwright
‘Masterfully designed … The Soulmate examines love and loyalty, and how fare we’re willing to go for the sake of family’ – Mary Kubica
‘Scalpel-cut insights into modern marriage and the things we overlook in the name of love’ – Trent Dalton
About the author:
Sally Hepworth is the New York Times bestselling author of seven novels, including The Good Sister and The Younger Wife.
Drawing on the good, the bad and the downright odd of human behaviour, Sally writes incisively about family, relationships and identity. Her domestic thriller novels are laced with quirky humour, sass and a darkly charming tone. They are available worldwide in English and have been translated into twenty languages.
Sally lives in Melbourne, Australia, with her husband, three children and one adorable dog.
Publisher: Pan Macmillan