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You can’t stop watching her.

Violet Young is a hugely popular journalist-turned-mummy- influencer, with a million subscribers on YouTube who tune in daily to watch her everyday life unfold.

Until the day she’s no longer there.

But one day she disappears from the online world – her entire social media presence deleted overnight, with no explanation. Has she simply decided that baring her life to all online is no longer a good idea, or has something more sinister happened to Violet? Her fans are obsessed with finding out the truth, but their search quickly reveals a web of lies, betrayal, and shocking consequences …

‘A perceptive domestic thriller…Readers will look forward to Duckworth’s next.’
Publishers Weekly

‘An intriguing, slow burner that reveals the dark side of social media, and shows how nothing is ever as it seems.’
Heat, ‘Read of the Week’

‘A timely page-turner of a novel’
Araminta Hall, author of Our Kind of Cruelty

‘Chilling, smart and sinister’
Phoebe Morgan, author of The Doll House

‘Duckworth’s second novel turns an acerbic eye on the world of the “influencer” with a twisty tale that asks what’s really happening behind those perfectly curated images?’
Sarah Hughes, i News, ‘75 of the best books for autumn’

In our social media obsessed world, this feels like such a relevant and realistic novel. It helps that it’s a real page-turner too.’
Natalie Xenos, Culturefly, ‘The best thriller, suspense, and mystery books to read this autumn’

‘Brilliant and insidious’
Lucy Clarke, author of You Let Me In

‘Gripping, scarily realistic and unpredictable – brilliant!’
Karen Hamilton, author of The Perfect Girlfriend 

‘Duckworth explores the closing gap between what’s public and what’s private in our lives today. A tense, compelling read that will make you think’
Caroline Hulse, author of The Adults

‘Delves into the picture-perfect world of influencers – a brilliant read’
Claire McGowan, author of The Killing House

‘Chilling and compelling’
Lucy Dawson, author of The Daughter

‘Clever, tense and beautifully written, Unfollow Me is SO good’
Phoebe Locke, author of The Tall Man

‘A brilliantly dark, twisty thriller that kept me up at night. Duckworth has written another blinding novel’
Vikki Patis, author of The Diary

Crime Monthly, ‘Top 5 Killer Reads’