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Gillian McAllister books in order

Looking for Gillian McAllister’s books in order? Look no further!

Each of Gillian McAllister’s six novels centres on a tough moral dilemma, which will force you to consider and then reconsider what you’d do.

Would you cover up a murder for your sibling? Would you believe your father if he pleads innocent when accused of killing your mother? Would you disappear from the life you’ve made for yourself to protect your daughter?

Her hold-your-breath reads are full of sliding doors moments making them chillingly addictive. Make your way through these standalones in any order and you’ll devour each in one sitting.

Here are all Gillian McAllister books in order of publication.

Gillian McAllister books in order:

Everything But the Truth by Gillian McAllister

1. Everything but the Truth (2017)

It all started with the email. Rachel didn’t even mean to look. She loves Jack and she’s pregnant with their child. She trusts him. But now she’s seen it, she can’t undo that moment. Or the chain of events it has set in motion.

Why has Jack been lying about his past? Just what exactly is he hiding? And doesn’t Rachel have a right to know the truth at any cost?

Anything You Do Say by Gillian McAllister

2. Anything You Do Say (2018)

It’s the end of the night. You’re walking home on your own. Then you hear the sound every woman dreads. Footsteps. Behind you. Getting faster. You’re sure it’s him – the man from the bar who wouldn’t leave you alone.

You make a snap decision. You turn. You push. Your pursuer tumbles down the steps. He lies motionless, face-down on the floor. Now what?

Call 999. Wait for the police to arrive. For judgement, for justice, whatever that may be. You just hope your husband, family and friends, everyone you love, will stand by you.


Run. Stay silent. You didn’t mean to do it. You were scared, you panicked. And no one saw. No one will ever know. If you leave now. If you keep quiet. For ever.

Which will it be?

No Further Questions by Gillian McAllister

3. No Further Questions (2018)

The police say she’s guilty. She insists she’s innocent.

She’s your sister. You love her. You trust her.

But they say she killed the person you care about most.

The Evidence Against You by Gillian McAllister

4. The Evidence Against You (2019)

It’s the day Izzy’s father will be released from jail. She has every reason to feel conflicted – he’s the man who gave her a childhood filled with happy memories. But he has also just served seventeen years for the murder of her mother.

Now, Izzy’s father sends her a letter. He wants to talk, to defend himself against each piece of evidence from his trial. But should she give him the benefit of the doubt? Or is her father guilty as charged, and luring her into a trap?

How to Disappear by Gillian McAllister

5. How to Disappear (2020)

Lauren’s daughter Zara witnessed a terrible crime. But speaking up comes with a price, and when Zara’s identity is revealed online, it puts a target on her back. The only choice is to disappear.

To keep Zara safe, Lauren will give up everything and everyone she loves, even her husband. There will be no goodbyes. Their pasts will be rewritten. New names, new home, new lives. The rules are strict for a reason. They are being hunted. One mistake – a text, an Instagram like – could bring their old lives crashing into the new. They can never assume someone isn’t watching, waiting.

As Lauren will learn, disappearing is easy. Staying hidden is harder…

That Night by Gillian McAllister

6. That Night (2019)

During a family holiday in Italy, you get an urgent call from your sister. There’s been an accident: she hit a man with her car and he’s dead. She asks for your help. She’d cover for you, so will you do the same for her?

But when the police come calling, the lies start, and you each begin to doubt one another. What really happened that night? Who is lying to who? And who will be the first to crack?

Wrong Place Wrong Time by Gillian McAllister

7. Wrong Place, Wrong Time (2022)

Late October. After midnight. You’re waiting up for your son. He’s late. As you watch from the window, he emerges, and you realise he isn’t alone: he’s walking towards a man, and he’s armed.

You can’t believe it when you see him do it: your funny, happy teenage son, he kills a stranger, right there on the street outside your house. You don’t know who. You don’t know why. You only know your son is now in custody. His future lost.

That night you fall asleep in despair. All is lost. Until you wake… and it is yesterday. And then you wake again… and it is the day before yesterday. Every morning you wake up a day earlier, another day before the murder. Somewhere in the past lies an answer. The trigger for this crime – and your only chance to fix the future and save your son…

Just Another Missing Person by Gillian McAllister

8. Just Another Missing Person (2023)

Olivia. 22 years old. Last seen on CCTV, entering a dead-end alley. And not coming back out again. Missing for one day and counting . . .

Julia is the detective heading up the case. She knows what to expect. A desperate family, a ticking clock, and long hours away from her husband and daughter. But Julia has no idea how close to home it’s going to get.

Because there’s a man out there. And his weapon isn’t a gun, or a knife: it’s a secret. Her worst one.

He tells her that her family’s safety depends on one thing: Julia must NOT find out what happened to Olivia – and must frame somebody else for her murder…

There you have it – all Gillian McAllister books in order of publication. How many have you read? Let us know in the comments below…

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    I’ve read all previous Gillian mcallister books. I’m just about to start reading ‘just another missing person’ & then I’ve completed the set

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