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Twelve Secrets

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Audiobook Downloadable / ISBN-13: 9781405549158

Price: £19.99

ON SALE: 3rd March 2022

Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery


***’12 stars’ LISA JEWELL***
***‘Unputdownable’ KARIN SLAUGHTER***
***‘Excellent’ LEE CHILD***
***‘One of a kind’ JAMES PATTERSON***
***’So clever’ M.W. CRAVEN***
***‘Totally gripping’ SUSAN LEWIS***


Ben Harper’s life changed forever the day his older brother Nick was murdered by two classmates. It was a crime that shocked the nation and catapulted Ben’s family and their idyllic hometown, Haddley, into the spotlight.

Twenty years on, Ben is one of the best true crime journalists in the country and happily settled back in Haddley, thanks to the support of its close-knit community. But when a fresh murder case shines new light on his brother’s death and throws suspicion on those closest to him, Ben’s world is turn upside down once more.

He’s about to discover that Haddley is a town full of secrets. No-one is as they seem. Everyone has something to hide.

And someone will go to any length to keep the truth buried . . .

Reviews

Fast-paced and brimming with superb characters. I couldn't put it down for a single second. Twelve stars!
LISA JEWELL
Twelve Secrets is rather special. So clever, so engrossing, a genuine 'just one more page' kind of book
M. W. CRAVEN
Ominous at the beginning, breathless by the end ... this is excellent hardcore suspense
LEE CHILD
A pacey thriller full of twists and turns. You won't be able to put TWELVE SECRETS down until the very end.
KARIN SLAUGHTER
Twelve Secrets is a smart, satisfying, one-of-a-kind thriller that entertained me from start to finish. It examines the confluence of family loyalties and dark secrets while keeping the plot boiling.
JAMES PATTERSON
What a tangled web! Brilliantly weaved and then carefully unravelled for the big revelations at the end. A totally gripping read.
SUSAN LEWIS