Just Between Us


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SKU: 9780008395681 Categories: , , Tag: Author: Adele ParksPublication Date: 17th Aug 2023Format: Paperback / softbackPages: 448Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers


An unmissable thriller of 2023 from the Sunday Times Number One bestselling author of One Last Secret and Both Of You

Lost. Missing. Murdered?
How do you find a woman who didn’t exist?

Kylie Gillingham’s disappearance has gripped the nation: the woman with a shocking secret – married to two men at the same time – is missing, presumed dead. And both her husbands are suspects.

DCI Clements knows the dark side of human nature and that love can make people do treacherous things; you can’t presume anything when it comes to crimes of the heart. While Kylie’s two husbands remain prime suspects, her sons won’t accept that she is dead. Until a body is found, this scandalous and sad case remains wide open.

Stacie Jones lives a quiet life in a small village, nursed by her father as she recovers from illness, and shielded from any disquieting news of the outside world. But their reclusive life is about to be shattered.

How are these families linked, and can any of them ever rebuild their lives in the wake of tragedy?

This explosive thriller from Number One bestseller Adele Parks examines what it is to be a family and the dangerous lengths that people will go to for those they love.

Praise for Adele Parks:

‘Absolutely gripping… I was left breathless at the final twist’ Lisa Jewell

‘I’ll drop anything for a new Adele Parks: she nails it every time’ Lucy Foley

‘Utterly compelling’ Peter James

‘As always with Adele… this is an absolutely gripping read’ Richard Osman

‘Kept me guessing and had me gasping at the twist’ Ian Rankin

‘Poolside perfection’ Daily Mail

‘A whip-smart protagonist, immensely satisfying twists’ Karin Slaughter

‘The queen of the unpredictable thriller’ Gillian McAllister

‘Ambitious, nail-biting, darkly voyeuristic – I tore through it’ Louise Candlish

‘Deliciously deceptive and darkly satisfying’ Jane Fallon

‘Escapism laced with tension and darkness’ Cosmopolitan

‘She pulls it off every time’ Jane Corry

Just Between Us