1. Till We Meet Again
2. Father Unknown
3. A Lesser Evil
4. The Woman in the Wood
5. The House Across the Street
6. You'll Never See Me Again
Till We Meet Again
She killed two people in cold blood . . . But why?
Susan is the woman who walked in a doctor's surgery one day and committed murder.
Beth is the lawyer assigned to defend Susan. But her client is uncooperative. Until both women realise that twenty-nine years earlier, they were childhood friends . . .
While the evidence mounts up, their friendship starts to regrow.
But for one of them, there can be no happy ending . . .
Losing her adopted mother threatens all she's ever had . . .
Daisy was adopted. But when her mother dies, she finds her secure existence thrown into turmoil by the discovery of a scrapbook.
Inside it is information about her real mother.
However, when Daisy drops everything to go in search of her roots, she uncovers a harrowing story of greed, misery and corruption. She also risks hurting her adored Dad, the only true family she has left.
Can she cope with the truth about her real parents?
And more importantly, who is the real Daisy?
A Lesser Evil
She defied her parents and married for love . . .
Following her heart, Fifi moves with Dan to London where they rent a seedy flat in Dale Street, Kennington. Though Fifi must now become acquainted with squalor, she is soon drawn into the goings on behind the shabby front doors of her new neighbours.
But it is the Muckles, at number 11, who are the street's focus. Rumours of criminal depravity and shocking behaviour are rife. So when Fifi steps in to help their youngest child, she risks the wrath of this frightening family. Suddenly, not only her marriage and her family, but the lives of all the inhabitants of Dale Street are at the mercy of the immoral Muckles . . .
The Woman in the Wood
The lives of teenage twins Maisy and Duncan change for ever the night their mother is sent away.
Sent to live in the New Forest with their cold-hearted grandmother, Mrs Mitcham, they feel unloved and abandoned.
And when one day Duncan doesn't come home from exploring in the forest, no one - least of all his grandmother - appears to care about his disappearance. The police, who've found the bodies of other missing boys, offer little hope of finding Duncan alive.
Yet Maisy refuses to give up.
Though she doesn't know the woods well, she knows someone who does. The strange old woman who lives at their heart . . .
Dare Maisy enlist the help of the woman in the wood?
The House Across the Street
It's 1964 and twenty-three-year-old Katy Speed is fascinated by glamorous Gloria and the goings-on at her house over the road. Who are the mysterious women that keep coming and going in the strange black car?
Then one night, Gloria's house burns to the ground. Bodies are found in the wreckage. And Katy's horror turns to disbelief when her own father is arrested and charged with murder.
Determined to prove his innocence, Katy sets out to uncover the truth about the mysterious house across the street and find the real murderer. But that means risking her own life . . .
You'll Never See Me Again
When her husband returns from the war broken and haunted, Betty knows her marriage is doomed.
So she escapes.
On the run and armed with a new identity, Betty becomes penniless and alone, quickly realising that starting again is much harder than she thought.
And she never imagined it could end in murder . . .
But sometimes you have to keep running if you want to survive.
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