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This review is from: Tell Me No Secrets (Paperback)
There are some good new female thriller writers about at the moment, that I've discovered this year - S J Bolton, Abbie Taylor and now Julie Corbin.
Tell Me No Secrets is a gripping, edge of the seat story about Grace who is so consumed by guilt that it's still ruling her life years later. I think most of us can identify with the feeling of a black cloud of worry hanging over us at some point in our lives, and because the characters are so well observed this really enables us to empathise with Grace's predicament. In her shoes I think I would have confessed, as I could barely take the strain just reading about it, let alone living it.
I thought I'd worked out the ending (terrible habit of mine) pretty early on, but it's not until the story unfolds and a greater insight is gained about the characters' pasts that I began to realise that it wasn't quite as straightforward as I'd imagined. I will definitely be looking out for the author's next book.