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Single mother Revelle Lee is an interpreter who spends her days translating for victims, witnesses and the accused across London. Only she knows what they’re saying. Only she knows the truth. Innocent or guilty. It’s all a matter of interpretation… Vintage’s lead crime thriller debut for 2023, for readers of Louise Candlish, Sarah Vaughan, and Harriet Tyce. Brooke Robinson’s enthralling debut explores what a criminal interpreter would do when faced with the moral dilemma of letting the wrong man go free.

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Eve should never have married Don Hathaway. Yes, he gave her two beautiful children – Olly and Tabitha – but he is a bully. Worse than that, he hurts her. But, after one drunken rage too many, she has the courage to leave him. Eve is warned that it’s a difficult path, yet she needs to give her children hope for the future. Lesley Pearse worked her way through a number of jobs, including nanny, bunny girl, dressmaker and full-time mother before, at the age of forty-nine, she became a published writer. With her new book, Betrayal, hitting shelves, Lesley chats to use about the book here.

The new unputdownable thriller from the ‘queen of the one-sit read’, multi-million-copy bestselling author. Secrets start to unravel in a family-friendly neighbourhood when a local girl goes missing. After an altercation with her father, nine-year-old Avery Wooler goes missing from her home in Stanhope – and all eyes are on Dad. Author Shari Lapena chats to the Penguin Post about her thrilling new novel, Everyone Here is Lying and what draws her to writing about domestic bliss gone wrong here.


Content sourced from the Penguin Post.

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