However, not everyone is willing to accept help, and interference can soon breed resentment as Anna is soon to discover.
Following a messy break, Anna seeks to distract herself by re-investigating the murder of a social worker Karen Plant.
The sister of the convicted murderer comes to her for help and protests her brother’s innocence.
Following his conviction for murder, he killed himself and she pleads with Anna to look into the case again.
Taking it beyond professional concern, Anna starts to delve into the facts behind the murder and starts asking a lot of questions. She also starts to notice strange signs in her house that she is not alone.
Convincing herself that she is overworked and imagining things, she continues to over-involve herself in cases, but things start to get more and more sinister as Anna receives threatening postcards and is certain that she is being followed.
As things unravel, Anna starts to see the extreme lengths people will go to when they get desperate…
Dying to Help is a gripping and emotional thriller that explores the depths to which people will go to get what they want …