Daisy Darker is an all-consuming tale of psychological suspense with a spectacular twist from the internationally bestselling author Alice Feeney, inspired by Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.
Isolated on their private island in Cornwall, the Darker family have come together for the first time in over a decade. When the tide comes in, they’ll be cut off from the rest of the world for eight hours. When the tide goes back out, nothing will ever be the same again. Nothing – because one of the family is a killer. As the leaves of autumn fall, Daisy Darker arrives at her grandmother’s house for eightieth birthday celebrations. Seaglass, the Darkers’ ancestral home, is a crumbling Cornish house perched upon its own tiny private island. Every member of the family has their secrets. Nana, alone for so long, Daisy’s absent father Frank, her cold-hearted mother Nancy, her siblings Rose and Lily and her niece Trixie, full of questions and without a father of her own. Daisy has never had an easy relationship with her family but some secrets are much darker than others.

This book is dark and absolutely riveting with a twist at the end I never saw coming.