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  • Just Brilliant!

    I read Keep Her Quiet by Emma Curtis in staves with other Pigeonholers as part of a group. Jenny and her husband Leo have an addition to their family - a baby girl - but Leo knows the baby is not his. Vulnerable new mother Hannah Faulkner has just found her newborn child lifeless next to her, and is beside herself with grief. When Hannah and Leo's paths cross, they make a plan that has far-reaching and dangerous consequences for everyone. Keep Her Quiet incorporates a range of themes including desperation, love, extreme selfishness and questionable morals. In a third-person narrative, the reader is treated to a wonderfully oppressive, fast paced thriller. Amongst the secrets, deceptions, manipulation, lies, menace, and evil lurks the various protagonists, Jenny, Leo, Hannah and sixteen year old Zoe, all of whom had a great impression on me, especially the self-absorbed and narcissistic Leo. Emma Curtis's introductions of the characters were brilliantly orchestrated and the way these characters interacted with one another made this a fascinating tale. Hooked from the opening chapter, it was a provocative and conflicting thriller with superb pacing and its fair share of twists and changes in direction. Each new twist built on or challenged my previous opinions as it powered towards a creditworthy finale. A fulfilling, and very highly recommended, intense psychological thriller. A special thank you to Random House UK, Transworld Publishers, Emma Curtis, NetGalley and Pigeonhole for a complimentary copy of this novel at my request. This review is my unbiased opinion.

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  • Surprising story

    Really great read loved all the twist and turns could picture myself in that situation would definitely recommend

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  • Mesmorising from stat to finish

    First time I've read any of Emma Cutis"s books certainly wont be the last, loved it. Well done Emms keep writing.

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