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Sisters Jo and Caroline have had a difficult relationship growing up.
When their father dies, his will raises more questions than answers.
It’s clear he’s been hiding something.
But Jo and Caroline have secrets too.
And theirs might turn out to be even more lethal…

Praise for Nikki Smith’s debut, All In Her Head:

‘Tense and moving’ Harriet Tyce
‘A clever and emotionally charged debut’ Lesley Kara
‘Brilliantly written with plenty of surprises along the way’ T M Logan
‘Haunting and compelling . . . it had me immediately gripped’ Karen Hamilton
‘A twist that will make you feel like you’ve been hit by an express train’ S Magazine
‘Clever, impressive and instantly gripping . . . Surprising twists will make your head spin in the build up to a moving yet chilling finale’ Daily Express
‘As soon as you’ve finished, you’ll be dying to start again to try and spot the clues you’ve missed’ Woman’s Weekly

Reviews

Another perfectly-crafted novel, in which family loyalties, dark secrets and revenge interact in a dangerous and disturbing mix. Nikki Smith weaves her story threads so cleverly and convincingly, drawing the reader step-by step to a final, explosive conclusion. A deeply-accomplished novel that combines razor-sharp characterisation with perfectly-pitched suspense. A fantastic, slow-burn thriller
Philippa East
You know those moments when you realise the power of the written word? I had a mega helping of those while reading the intensely unsettling new novel by Nikki Smith. Was so uncomfortable at times that I wanted to put it down - but couldn't!
Emma Christie
Bloody hell, Nikki Smith has a clever, twisted brain in that beautiful head. Look What You Made Me Do is so tense and twisty! I barely breathed!
Laura Pearson
The first time in a long time that I've sat and read a book in one day. An absolutely crackin' read
Jo Jakeman
Fantastic. Nikki writes so brilliantly, but what she's really good at is keeping the reader on the edge of her seat. I really enjoyed it
Emma Curtis
Another smart and emotional thriller - I devoured it in three sittings. It deserves all the success of her first
Louise Beech
A shocking WOW of a read!! This is a book that should be read in one giant gulp. The story will crawl under your skin and stay there for long after you've read it. Tense, clever and masterfully toxic
Lauren North
Creepy and unsettling, Look What You Made Me Do is a tense, toxic read that will wrong-foot you at every turn
Charlotte Duckworth
Look What You Made Me Do is evocative and brilliantly written. I loved the clever observations of the complexity of human relationships and emotions which makes this such a gripping read
Karen Fickling
Nikki Smith's second novel is a terrifying, compulsive read, deeply psychological, with wonderfully drawn characters and an ultimately satisfying conclusion. Look What You Made Me Do deserves big things and I hope they are in store for this brilliantly crafted novel
Lisa Ballantyne
I was totally absorbed in this thriller by Nikki Smith. From the first page, rich characterisation draws you in, turning up the menace as the story between Caroline and Jo progresses. Engrossing with heaps of suspense. A must-read for psychological thriller fans
Olivia Kiernan
Emotional and sinister, with characters that draw you in and a story that keeps you turning the pages. Nikki Smith explores the darkness of family secrets and relationships with compassion and skill
Jenny Quintana
I loved Look What You Made Me Do - a gripping and twisty story with real heart
Laura Marshall
What a read! Absolutely gripping, and had me one-more-chaptering until the early hours!
Frances Quinn
There are casualties galore as a fractured family is torn apart in an un-civil war where secrets are deployed like nuclear weapons. Intense, compelling and increasingly terrifying, Smith ratchets up the tension to almost unbearable levels as you race to its dramatic conclusion
Trevor Wood
I loved it
Chris Whitaker
I loved Look What you Made me Do - a toxic, twisty, intelligent and emotional read
Roz Watkins