‘Truly gripping and unputdownable’ Claire Allan
How well do you know the people closest to you?
It’s not just secrets buried in the garden next door…
Jane doesn’t know her new neighbours very well.
She thought they were nice. She thought they were happy.
She was wrong.
First there’s the explosive rows. Then she catches one of them digging a grave-shaped trench in the garden.
When the truth emerges, someone would kill to cover their tracks…
‘Beautifully crafted, ominous and engrossing … truly gripping and unputdownable’ CLAIRE ALLEN
‘A delicious domestic suspense about families who are never quite what they seem’ JANE CORRY
‘A fantastic thriller which I could not put down’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Kept me on the edge of my seat’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘A great read, a twisty thriller that will keep you turning the pages’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Twisty and unpredictable’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Gripping storyline where the reader so easily misinterprets what they are seeing…’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Definitely her best book yet and one that I’d recommend’ READER REVIEW ⭐⭐⭐⭐
Amanda Brooke is an internationally bestselling author. Her debut novel, Yesterday’s Sun, was a Richard and Judy Book Club pick and since then she has written eleven further books. Amanda lives in Merseyside with a cat called Spider, a dog called Mouse, and a laptop within easy reach.
”'Beautifully crafted, ominous and engrossing … truly gripping and unputdownable” - Claire Allan, The Nurse
”'A delicious domestic suspense about families who are never quite what they seem” - Jane Corry, We All Have Our Secrets
”'Secrets, lies and duplicity with surprising twists that made me question everything. Vividly drawn and beautifully written” - Mary Torjussen, The Closer You Get
”'A masterclass in thriller writing … Taut and packed full of tension, secrets and strong women” - Caroline Corcoran, Through the Wall
Praise for Amanda Brooke: -
”'Suspenseful … Deeply enjoyable” - Lucy Clarke, The Castaways
”'Enthralling and twisty” - Annabel Kantaria, I Know You
”'A thought-provoking page-turner” - Nicola Rayner, You and Me
”'Clever, unnerving, and unputdownable” - Rachel Lucas, The State of Grace
”'A tense and torrid family drama” - Sunday Mirror
”'Intriguingly plotted and with relatable characters” - Sunday Mirror
”'A haunting and heartbreaking story that stayed with me long after I’d finished” - Fern Britton
”'An extraordinary novel” - Daily Express