All You Ever Wanted


All You Ever Wanted

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Emily has a picture-perfect life: gorgeous husband and baby, good job, great house. But with caring for their daughter, running their home, and returning to work, life is hectic.

When a kind stranger brings their missing cat home, It’s the start of a new friendship. Anna is a confidant who gives great advice. A person who brings supportive calm to Emily’s busy days. A friend who becomes part of the family.

But there’s a reason Emily can’t shake the feeling that something isn’t right. Someone is keeping a life-changing secret from her. And they know hers, too…


What they’re saying about All You Ever Wanted:

‘Dark and sinister, this creepy psychological thriller has it all. Gripping throughout, it has a satisfying and jaw-dropping ending.’   My Weekly website     

‘An outstanding thriller with an ending we didn’t see coming.’ Bella magazine

‘A sinister and compelling read.’ My Weekly magazine   

‘A gripping domestic noir.’ Crime Fiction Lover website

‘A gripping blend of creepy psychological suspense and powerful domestic drama. Elliot-Wright uses her insight into human nature and her storytelling skills to thrilling effect.’ T J Emerson, author of The Perfect Holiday

‘All You Ever Wanted is packed full of menace and danger, and deftly exposes the fragility of family life. Susan Elliot Wright reminds us to be careful what we wish for…’ Emma Bamford, author of Deep Water

With her taut writing and immaculate pacing, Susan Elliot Wright has created a dark and sinister tale of toxic family relationships, full of secrets and lies, layered with a perfect example of the smothering isolation felt by so many new mothers. I was utterly gripped from start to finish.’ Lisa Hall, author of The Woman in the Woods

‘Wonderfully tense from the very first page, I ripped through this in a few nights.’ Sophie Flynn, author of Keep Them Close

‘A real page turner. I read it in one sitting, desperate to know whether what any of the characters told me was true, and gripped as it came to its devastating and unpredictable climax.’ Penny Hancock, author of The Choice

‘An unnerving, suspenseful study of what it truly means to mother and build family ties. Susan creates an authentic and compelling picture of the many facets of a woman’s inner world. The way she portrays motherhood and the responsibility of care is timely, compassionate and honest. I devoured it!’ Amy Heydenrych, author of Chasing Marian