BOOKS

My Mother's Secret

Sanjida Kay

RRP: £12.99

3 May 2018

Published by Corvus

ISBN: 9781786492524

RRP: £4.99

3 May 2018

Published by Corvus

ISBN: 9781786492531

‘A gripping page-turner – the twists kept coming!’ Catherine Ryan Howard

You can only hide for so long…

Lizzie Bradshaw. A student from the Lake District, forced to work away from home, who witnesses a terrible crime. But who will ultimately pay the price?

Emma Taylor. A mother, a wife, and a woman with a dangerous secret. Can she keep her beloved family safely together?

Stella Taylor. A disaffected teenager, determined to discover what her mother is hiding. But how far will she go to uncover the truth?

And one man, powerful, manipulative and cunning, who controls all their destinies.

REVIEWS

Chilling and compelling, filled with exquisitely drawn characters and gut-wrenching twists that force you to ask the most terrifying question of all: how would I cope if this happened to me?
Cavan Scott

A gripping page-turner - the twists kept coming!
Catherine Ryan Howard

With her vibrant prose and razor-sharp observation, Sanjida's story hooked me right from the start, pulling me in with an increasing sense of unease until the final spine-chilling climax.
Caroline England

A gripping yarn with a vicious sting in the tale that shows the road to Hell is paved with good intentions.
LV Hay, author of The Other Twin

So compelling you have no choice but to race through it... Twisty, tense and chilling. Brilliant!
Sam Carrington

This gripping story about families and secrets takes the meaning of 'deception' to a new level.
Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife and Blood Sisters

Sanjida Kay captivates the senses, then delivers the killer blow.
Lucy Dawson

Sanjida has nailed it again. A claustrophobic, unpredictable thriller that I couldn't get enough of. You'll be holding your breath until the last page.
Jack Jordan

A gripping and beautifully written story that gets to the heart of family secrets and self-preservation, My Mother's Secret kept me on my toes right to the very end.
Nuala Ellwood