A GRIPPING psychological thriller with a shocking TWIST
published by BOOKOUTURE
You trusted her. You shouldn’t have.
Alicia’s been telling lies. And now they’ve come back to haunt her.
When an old colleague turns up at a party, Alicia comes face to face with the man who has the potential to ruin her perfect family life. He wouldn’t, would he?
In order to keep her secrets, Alicia has to tell yet more lies and when a devastating car accident makes the situation even more dangerous, it’s only a matter of time before everything falls apart. Can secrets really stay hidden forever?
If you loved The Girl on the Train, The Wife Between Us and The Sister, you’ll love this compelling and gripping psychological thriller from Sheryl Browne. The Affair will have you hooked from the very first page!
What readers are saying about Sheryl Browne:
‘Wow! Wow! Wow! Wow! What a rollercoaster of a ride that story was, bloody brilliant! This story is jaw droppingly addictive, you won’t be able to put it down. Amazing.’ Gemma’s Book Reviews
‘Had my blood boiling! … had me hooked, gripped and my heart pounding throughout.’ Between the Pages Book Club
‘WOW … Stunning … Gripping, tense and suspenseful… There aren’t many thriller authors who can grip the reader so powerfully, a heart in mouth and pulse racing realistic thriller.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Absolutely sucked me in, I was totally captivated and couldn’t put this one down … an incredible read … blew my mind.’ Bonnie’s Book Talk
‘WOW!!! What a story! From the first word I was dragged into the story.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Sheryl Browne absolutely NAILED it with this book! I started reading telling myself I was just going to read one chapter. I ended up staying awake until 3am finishing this book in a single sitting.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Phew … Goosebumps, shivers down my spine and the hairs on the back of my neck were standing on end, that’s how good this book is.’ Goodreads Reviewer
‘Sheryl Browne has written a tense psychological thriller with a chilling antagonist taking central stage … a highly addictive read.’ The Book Review Café