The synopsis worried me. A very sensitive topic and there is probably not one person in the UK who wouldn't immediately think of the dreadful James Bulger case so many years ago. In fact I only bought it because it was on offer. Although I enjoyed the author's other books I found the language in Sister, Psychopath a bit too much which was another reason I wasn't sure about reading this. Call me a prude if you like but I don't use those terms in my daily life and find them quite offensive, I was pleasantly surprised that this book was not like that. Back to Guilty Innocence, I imagine there are similarities to the James Bulger case but it was a story in itself and it was very gripping. Some parts are quite graphic and upsetting so be warned but I don't want to say too much as I don't want to ruin anyone's enjoyment of the book. I would definitely recommend that you give this book a go and don't let the subject matter put you off.