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- Listening Length: 10 hours and 39 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Audible Studios
- Audible.co.uk Release Date: 4 Aug. 2010
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003YCUH6S
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The truth is, Grace has been hiding a secret for many years. A secret she has slowly came to terms with and managed to live with. That is until out of the blue, Grace receives a phone call from her childhood best friend, Orla, who she hasn't seen or spoken to for years - for good reason.
With just one phone call, Grace's idyllic life is turned upside down as Orla threatens to expose the very secret Grace has kept hidden all these years. You see, only Orla and Grace know the truth about what happened to a nine year old girl called Rose whilst on a Girl Guide's camping trip all those years ago and whilst Grace never wants the truth to come out, Orla it seems now has other ideas. Grace finally has to face her worst fears as she realises that her dark secret is not going to remain buried forever.
Tell Me No Secrets is a psychological thriller set against a familiar, normal domestic backdrop. Grace is an ordinary working mother with a hard-working husband and teenage twin daughters. They lead a happy life in the village where Grace was raised. Indeed some of her childhood friends have also married and remained in the village, where everyone seems to know each other. Although Grace and her husband lived in the States after their marriage, Paul thought it would be ideal to raise their daughters 'back home' and so they returned.Read more ›
I'd definitely recommend this book as one to get lost in, to take on a journey, or to curl up with on the sofa under a blanket!
I felt sorry for Grace at times, and then I felt I could choke her, then the suspense was killing me so much I could not wait to reach the end of the book to find out the outcome.As for Orla she made me angry, I would love to have shouted at her, given her a good shake, she is a nasty piece of work but then I found myself asking...... WHY? This is Julie Corbins first novel and one I would recommend.You will get so involved with the characters,you might even be able to relate to them,but be assured you will be thinking about them long after the book has ended. This book is one to get lost in and one to make you think.
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.
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Another beautifully written and gripping story. I couldn't put it down.
Julia Crouch weaves her stories like a beautiful tapestry, the story skips back and forth with ease and... Read more
Tell Me No Secrets.
Not my normal genre, but this book is very well written. Read more
An interesting book that really gets you thinking about the characters and if you would like them or if what they have done would sway your decision. Read morePublished on 15 Jun. 2014 by Amanda Eames
I have just finished this book and as it's my first by this author I can't wait to read her other books.
This book was a real page turner and I couldn't put it down. Read more
A very clever mystery story with sympathetic characters. I liked the way in which the story moves backwards and forwards through time and you never quite know who to trust. Read morePublished on 21 April 2014 by Katherine Pathak