A Deep Deceit

A Deep Deceit

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'A very classy crime yarn' Manchester Evening NewsAlthough to all appearances Suzanne and Carl Peters live an idyllic life in pretty St Ives, beneath the veneer of domestic bliss lurks a dark secret which threatens to destroy everything they hold dear. For the last seven years they have lived a lie, lived in fear that the violence of the past will catch up with them, and now it seems that their worst nightmares are coming true.Suzanne was a damaged child, and she has grown into a damaged woman. For seven years Carl has protected her from her terrors, sheltered her from the world for which she seems ill-equipped, but when a series of poison pen letters disturb long-buried ghosts, Suzanne and Carl's carefully guarded world explodes with shocking consequences.Engrossing, chilling and utterly compelling, A Deep Deceit is a tour de force of sexual intrigue and obsessive love with a startling sting in its tail.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 110 x 178 x 23mm | 2,044g
  • ARROW BOOKS LTD
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0
  • 0099280922
  • 9780099280927
  • 1,463,661

About Hilary Bonner

Hilary Bonner is a former showbusiness editor of the Mail on Sunday and the Daily Mirror. She now lives in Somerset, and continues to work as a freelance journalist, covering film, television and theatre. She is the author of four previous novels, The Cruelty of Morning, A Fancy to Kill For, A Passion So Deadly and For Death Comes Softly.
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3 35% (12)
2 9% (3)
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