Gripping new suspense from the author of Little White Lies ’Written with subtle intelligence and quiet menace’ Daily Mail
‘Beautifully written, very tense’ Jane Shemilt
‘A tense, cat and mouse tale . . . compelling' Catherine Cooper, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Chateau
‘Had me gripped from start to finish. So original and clever' Lesley Kara, Sunday Times bestselling author of The Apartment Upstairs
‘Wow! What a book! I couldn't read it fast enough. The tension and pace were absolute magic’ Lauren North, author of All the Wicked Games
Keep your family close, and your secrets closer…
To the outside world, the Goodlights are perfect.
Julia is a lawyer, Paul a stay-at-home dad who has dedicated his life to helping their daughter Chrissie achieve her dreams as a talented violinist.
But on the night of a prestigious music competition, which has the power to change everything for Chrissie and her family, Chrissie goes missing.
She puts on the performance of a lifetime, then completely disappears. Suddenly every single crack, every single secret that the family is hiding risks being exposed.
Because the Goodlights aren’t perfect. Not even close.
Readers LOVE I’ll Never Tell
‘What a story!…Full of twists and turns right from the start’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
This book was everything I love in a domestic noir. It's a fresh concept and isn't just full of things you've read before…Could be the family across the street from you which just makes it all the most captivating’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘Philippa east has done it again! I love her books and this is no exception!’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘There's something about the way Philippa writes that makes the words flow easily, and the pages turn themselves’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
‘I recommend East’s books to anyone who enjoys twisty psychological thrillers and I'll Never Tell confirms that East has become a must-read author for me’ ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
About the author
Philippa East grew up in Scotland and originally studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Oxford. After graduating, she moved to London to train as a Clinical Psychologist and worked in NHS mental health services for over ten years. Philippa now lives in the Lincolnshire countryside with her spouse and cat, and alongside her writing she continues to work as a psychologist and therapist. Her debut novel Little White Lies was longlisted for the Guardian's "Not-The-Booker" prize and shortlisted for the CWA John Creasey New Blood Dagger. She has since published two further psychological suspense novels, Safe and Sound and I'll Never Tell, and is currently working on her fourth.