'Well written, with a plot and characters that haunt you long after you've finished.' Jane Corry, author of My Husband's Wife Which is more dangerous, a secret or a lie? Poppy has a secret. It was a whirlwind romance. And when Drew, caught up in the moment, suggests that he and Poppy don't tell each other anything about their past lives, that they live only for the here and now, for the future they are building together, Poppy jumps at the chance for a fresh start. But it doesn't take long for Poppy to see that this is a two-way deal. Drew is hiding something from her. And Poppy suddenly has no idea who the man she has married really is, what he is hiding from her or what he might be capable of. Drew says he has nothing to hide. Drew is lying. 'Rebecca Reid is a master of building tension' Phoebe Morgan, author of The Girl Next Door * What readers are saying... 'Gripped me from the start and I couldn't put it down' 'Truly original' 'Compulsive reading' 'Captivating' 'Amazing. Five stars' 'Perfect for a day by the pool'
THREE HOURS TO SAVE THE PEOPLE YOU LOVE From the Sunday Times bestselling author of Sister comes an electrifying, pulse-racing new novel that takes us deep into the heart of what it means to be human 'Superb' Kate Mosse 'ASTONISHING. Powerful, terrifying, heartbreaking' Emma Flint 'One of the most exhilarating reading experiences I've ever had' Emma Healey 'A stunner of a book. Staggeringly good' Jane Fallon 'SO gripping, intelligent, timely, affecting and moving' Marian Keyes Three hours is 180 minutes or 10,800 seconds. It is a morning's lessons, a dress rehearsal of Macbeth, a snowy trek through the woods. It is an eternity waiting for news. Or a countdown to something terrible. It is 180 minutes to discover who you will die for and what men will kill for. In rural Somerset in the middle of a blizzard, the unthinkable happens: a school is under siege. From the wounded headmaster in the library, unable to help his trapped pupils and staff, to teenage Hannah in love for the first time, to the parents gathering desperate for news, to the 16 year old Syrian refugee trying to rescue his little brother, to the police psychologist who must identify the gunmen, to the students taking refuge in the school theatre, all experience the most intense hours of their lives, where evil and terror are met by courage, love and redemption. 'Exceptional' Kate Hamer 'Propulsively plotted' Emma Donoghue 'Humane and brave' William Landay 'Incredible' Elizabeth Brooks 'A tour de force' Gillian McAllister 'Simply stunning' Dinah Jefferies 'Phenomenal' Fiona Mitchell 'Brilliant' Jenny Quintana 'Mind blowing' Francesca Jakobi