In April, the Books on the Underground fairies were out in full force, sharing 50 copies of In Her Wake by Amanda Jennings.
— Books Underground (@BooksUndergrnd) April 27, 2016
About In Her Wake
A perfect life … until she discovered it wasn’t her own A tragic family event reveals devastating news that rips apart Bella’s comfortable existence. Embarking on a personal journey to uncover the truth, she faces a series of traumatic discoveries that take her to the ruggedly beautiful Cornish coast, where hidden truths, past betrayals and a 25-year-old mystery threaten not just her identity, but also her life. Chilling, complex and profoundly moving, In Her Wake is a gripping psychological thriller that questions the nature of family – and reminds us that sometimes the most shocking crimes are committed closest to home.
About Amanda Jennings
Amanda Jennings was born in London in 1973, and her family moved to a village in rural Berkshire when she was young. Unsure what career she wanted to pursue, she decided to follow in her architect mother’s footsteps and accepted a place to read architecture at Cambridge University, but it soon became clear it wasn’t for her and she changed course to History of Art – more writing, less physics! Following a year or so running her own company with a friend writing copy for a variety of small businesses, she left to have her first baby. A few years later Amanda went to work at the BBC, but she missed looking after her daughter, and could no longer ignore her yearning to write.