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Behind Closed Doors

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BehindClosedDoors200Elizabeth Haynes is back with a psychological thriller. Fifteen-year-old Scarlett Rainsford disappears while on a family holiday in Rhodes, then re-appears 10 years later in her hometown, a broken young woman working in a local brothel. DCI Louisa Smith has to find out what happened, trawling through 10-year-old interview records, trying to put together a sense of what happened to Scarlett. Behind Closed Doors is a harrowing story of human trafficking, a dark psychological tale, and also one of the most compelling and believable police procedurals I’ve read in a long time. It tells a story that needs to be told, and one that you won’t be able to forget for quite some time. Check out the full review here.


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