By Lisa Hall
‘A gripping mental mystery with a degree of anxiety that might go away you breathless.’ – Tracy e-book Lover
They say each marriage has its secrets.
But nobody sees what occurs in the back of closed doors.
And occasionally these doorways should not be opened…
Sal and Charlie are married. They love one another. yet they aren’t chuffed. Sal can't go away, it doesn't matter what Charlie does – regardless of how a lot it hurts.
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‘What a web page turner! Compelling, chilling and an exceptionally striking debut.’ - Alexandra Brown
‘It’s considered one of the simplest debuts i've got learn shortly, it’s compelling and stunning, and intensely cleverly crafted.’ – The ebook evaluate Café
‘Hall packs a punch with this one and the finishing left me gasping.’ - For the affection of Books
‘It is stressful and chilling. It feels very genuine. And a short point out for that twist! i didn't see that coming in any respect. I frequently spot this stuff and that i didn’t! smart! Very clever!’ – Northern Crime Reviews
‘Between You And Me is that sort of booklet. the person who makes you are feeling like you’re there, you’re experiencing the feelings, the harm, the pain.’ – Bibliophile ebook Club
‘Lisa corridor has wrote a harrowing, stressful and chilling novel which I couldn't support yet consume in an issue of days. She's a kind of authors you don't see coming and BANG most sensible vendor, up there with the best crime writers like Stuart McBride and Lee baby. She's one to watch.’ – Brunette Lifestyle
‘It is definitely written, emotional and jaw shedding. extra please!!’ - Jo Robertson (NetGalley)
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