Bad Seed (Paperback)Jessica Eames (author)
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Nicola is going to die. Just like her husband did.
Nicola thought she'd gotten away with it.
Since her husband died, life has been getting back on track. She has a new boyfriend, Phil. A new home, living next door to her brother-in-law, his wife and their children. She is closer than ever with her daughter, Sarah. She even likes her job at the local shop, though she's had some time off recently with illness. The doctor says its menopause, that it's nothing to worry about. As if he could know how she's feeling.
Nicola is finally moving on with her life.
But then she receives the note. Someone knows what she did. They know the secret she doesn't even think about when she is alone.
And they want revenge.
A gripping domestic thriller told from the points of view of three women from the same family, each with their own heart-wrenching revelation.
'I raced through this brilliantly twisty tale of family secrets and betrayals which kept me guessing at every turn. Clever and creepy and difficult to put down.' Phoebe Locke, author of The Tall Man and The July Girls
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 220 g
Dimensions: 196 x 126 x 26 mm
I LOVED Bad Seed. Twisty, wonderfully written, original, genuinely gripping, shocking and compelling. Impossible to put down! -- Karen Hamilton, bestselling author of The Perfect Girlfriend
Deceptively clever... Bad Seed is a chilling portrayal of how family can go terribly wrong. -- Shari Lapena
Twisty, clever and completely compulsive, this domestic thriller will have you questioning if you can trust even those closest to you. * The Sun, Fabulous Magazine *
Full of such promise that I wouldn't bet against Eames's career in domestic suspense lasting as long as Nicci French's. -- Charlotte Heathcote * Sunday Express, S Magazine *
This suspenseful story will keep you guessing right up to the last page. * My Weekly *
Just because you're related, doesn't mean you'll have an unbreakable bond - something thrown into sharp relief by the distinctive characters, tight plotting and spine-tingling reveal that comes at the end of Jessica Eames' compelling debut. * Woman's Weekly *
Shocking and compelling. * Sunday Post (Dundee) *