The Holiday

Author: T.M. Logan
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 496
Pub Date: 13/06/2019
ISBN: 9781785767708
Availability: In Stock
Quick overview Four women who have been best friends for as long as they can remember - Kate, Rowan, Jennifer and Izzy - making the most of a luxurious villa in the south of France. But Kate has a secret: her husband is having an affair.
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From the bestselling author of LIES take a holiday you won't forget . . .

Seven days. Three families. One killer.

It was supposed to be the perfect holiday, dreamed up by Kate as the ideal way to turn 40: four best friends and their husbands and children in a luxurious villa under the blazing sunshine of Languedoc-Roussillon.

But there is trouble in paradise. Kate suspects that her husband is having an affair, and that the other woman is one of her best friends.

One of these women is willing to sacrifice years of friendship and destroy her family. But which one? As Kate closes in on the truth in the stifling Mediterranean heat, she realises too late that the stakes are far higher than she ever imagined.

Because someone in the villa is prepared to kill to keep their secret hidden.

Praise for T.M. Logan:

'Hypnotically readable - with a twist you won't see coming' Lee Child

'A tense and gripping thriller' BA Paris

'A compelling, twisty page-turner' James Swallow

'Outstanding and very well-written debut psychological thriller. So gripping I genuinely found it difficult to put down' K. L. Slater

'A terrific page-turner, didn't see that twist! A thoroughly enjoyable thriller' Mel Sherrat

'Even the cleverest second guesser is unlikely to arrive at the truth until it's much too late' The Times

'Creepy, creepy, creepy . . . a winner if you like thrillers' Woman's Way

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