REVIEWS FOR DEADLY SECRETS

Lorraine Kelly - ITV

It’s a Cracker! Very Cinematic.

Caramerrol Loves Books

…if you want a thrilling plot with twists, turns and gasps all set against the backdrop of Manchester, a character in itself, then Deadly Secrets is for you too. 

Grab a copy and a mojito this summer and start reading. Trust me, you won't regret it!

Between the Pages Book Club

This book had me hooked from the start, brilliantly written. Gripping, thrilling and fast paced it was a real page turner for me throughout, easily devoured. Made all the better by being set in Manchester!

This story has it all and I was very impressed! I awarded a well deserved four stars and would highly recommend. I loved every minute of it.

Orlando-Books Blog

Very clever writing, action packed and tense…..it certainly keeps you guessing.  A must for lovers of twisty, exciting thrillers….

The Irresponsible Reader Blog

The pacing is fantastic, the pages just melt away without you noticing because all you care about is finding out what happened.

On the Shelf Reviews

This is a really fast paced and gritty mystery, showing the seedier side of Manchester.

You’re plunged straight into the drama at the opening of this book, with its fast pace it moves you along quickly not letting up.

I’d recommend this to anyone who loves a gritty crime novel set in the North West of England.

Breathing Books 13 Blog

The books keeps you on your toes as Marty fights for justice and his life.

Not only is this a journey of crime and politics, but also a journey of forgiveness. If you want a good crime story to keep you company for the summer, I highly recommend Deadly Secrets.

Whispering Stories Book Blog

This is a great thriller with a fabulous cast and obviously set in an amazing city! I look forward to reading more from this author in the future.

Rachel Read It 

What a thrill ride of  a story, full of suspense, whip smart plot twists and a character you really have to work at to get to know. This bloody brilliant debut thriller is also known as ‘Media Monster’, and I have no hesititaion in recommending it. You are constantly questioning and analysing the story for clues to whether Marty is as innocent as he says he is. It gets you thinking about the concepts of justice and revenge and I highly recommend it.