Tell Me Your Secrets
From Shelf: Books that caught our eye.. New in hardback for september
Praise for Mel McGrath's Two Wrongs: 'UTTERLY chilling' PAULA HAWKINS'The perfect read' B A PARIS'Deliciously disturbing' ANN CLEEVES She knows everything. She'll stop at nothing.
Praise for Mel McGrath's Two Wrongs:
'UTTERLY chilling' PAULA HAWKINS'The perfect read' B A PARIS'Deliciously disturbing' ANN CLEEVESShe knows everything. She'll stop at nothing.
A devastating lossWhen Meg and Marc lost their daughter, their family collapsed in on itself. Nobody could understand the trauma that they carried so it made sense when they turned to a therapist, Janette to help process their grief.
A new startDesperate for some distance from their grief, they relocate to a small town where they know no one. They're sure it's a happy coincidence that Janette has moved there too, and at first it feels reassuring to have a friendly face nearby.
A past that won't be silencedBut in those dark, desperate days after the accident, they shared everything with her. Secrets they haven't even told each other. And it seems Janette doesn't want to just be their therapist anymore. Or even their friend...
Dark, sharp and sinister, this novel will make you question those whom you trust most, and the final twist will shock you to your core.