Tell Me Your Secret
By Dorothy Koomson
The gripping new emotional thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Ice Cream Girls and The Brighton Mermaid
The new emotional thriller from the Sunday Times bestselling author of The Ice Cream Girls, My Best Friend's Girl and The Brighton Mermaid. Dorothy Koomson, 'Queen of the big reveal', is back with a gripping page-turner full of twists and turns.
Pieta has a secret.
Ten years ago, Pieta was kidnapped by a man calling himself The Blindfolder who said he wouldn't kill her if she kept her eyes closed for 48 hours. She never told anyone what happened to her, vowing to move on with her life. But when The Blindfolder starts hunting down his past victims, Pieta realises she may finally be forced to tell her deepest secret to stay alive . . .
Jody has a secret.
Fifteen years ago, policewoman Jody made a terrible mistake that resulted in a serial killer known as The Blindfolder escaping justice. When Jody discovers journalist Pieta survived an attack by him, she realises she may finally have found a way to catch him. But that would mean endangering at least two innocent people . . .
They kept quiet to protect themselves.
Will telling all save or sacrifice each other?
Dorothy's Secret . . .
Dorothy Koomson is the award-winning author of fifteen novels including twelve Sunday Times bestsellers.
Her third novel, My Best Friend's Girl, was chosen for the Richard & Judy Book Club Summer Reads of 2006 and reached number two on the Sunday Times bestseller list. Two of her books -The Ice Cream Girls andThe Rose Petal Beach - were shortlisted for the British Book Awards. And in 2013 a TV adaptation loosely based on The Ice Cream Girls was shown on ITV1.
Dorothy has lived and worked in London, Leeds and Sydney (Australia) but is currently a full-time Brighton resident. She calls herself a method writer and for Tell Me Your Secret, she took up making pottery and spending even more time on the beach.
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27 Jun 2019
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Koomson just gets better and better — Woman & Home
Gripping, twisty and written with Koomson's trademark brilliance — Heat
Full of heart and sympathy — Daily Mail
Terrifically addictive — Good Housekeeping