I’m delighted to advise that my first standalone domestic thriller, One Good Lie, (and my tenth book(!), is available in e-book and paperback from Amazon and all good bookstores today!
One Good Lie follows the story of two sisters, Ruby and Sophie, in the wake of the brutal murder of their mother. The killer has been convicted and life is beginning to settle, when they suddenly discover that danger is still out there and closer than they realise. Scroll down for the full blurb.
I’m both thrilled and humbled at the early endorsements this novel has received from other authors. Shalini Boland called it, ‘Twisty, thrilling and satisfying’. Susi Holliday said it was ‘expertly plotted and brilliantly executed’, and Sheryl Browne described it as ‘Psychological fiction at its best.’
To celebrate the new release, I’m giving away a nice little haul of book related products on my Facebook page today. If you use Facebook, do click here for a chance to win!
Work is already under way on an audio version of One Good Lie and I’m told it will be released in the next few months. Look out for more details on this soon.
I’d like to extend huge thanks to everyone who has helped to bring One Good Lie to publication today. All the early readers and reviewers, the wonderful book bloggers hosting the blog tour, my delightful publisher, Canelo, for all their hard work behind the scenes, and of course to you, the readers. For without readers there wouldn’t be any books and what a dull world that would be!
Blurb for One Good Lie:
Her sister’s boyfriend. Her worst nightmare.
On the night of her mother’s wake, Ewan kisses a shocked Ruby. They both agree to pretend that the kiss never happened – in fact, according to Ewan, no one even needs to know he walked Ruby home.
Because Ewan is seeing Ruby’s sister, Sophie. He’s been wonderful to Sophie, comforting her after her mother’s murder and taking care of her little kids, too. In short, he’s been the perfect boyfriend. This was just a stupid mistake.
But when Ruby learns of another woman’s murder close to Ewan’s route home on the night of the kiss, she fears that her lie has left her sister in terrible danger.
After all, how well do the sisters really know Ewan? How well do they know each other? And are they sure they know the truth about what really happened on the day their mother died?