‘An absolute masterpiece’ ANGELA MARSONS
The gripping new novel from million-copy bestseller, Mel Sherratt.
‘I love all Mel Sherratt’s books’ IAN RANKIN
‘Twists and turns and delivers a satisfying shot of tension’ RACHEL ABBOTT
The truth can be a dangerous thing…
When a young boy falls from a balcony in a block of flats, DS Grace Allendale witnesses the shocking aftermath of the tragic event. But strangely, no one will admit to seeing anything – and the parents will only tell the police that it was an accident.
Determined to sort the truth from the lies, Grace is thrown into a case that takes her to the darkest corners of the criminal world – and strikes closer to home than she could have ever imagined…
A gripping and pacey thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat from the moment you turn the first page. The perfect read for fans of Martina Cole.
Praise for Mel Sherratt:
‘An absolute masterpiece. Twisty, turny and full of surprises!’ Angela Marsons
‘Mel Sherratt’s books are as smart and edgy as her heroines’ Cara Hunter
‘The worst terrors are always those that hide closest to home’ Elizabeth Haynes
‘A writer to watch out for’ Mandasue Heller
‘If you love police procedurals, you HAVE to check this one out. Hush Hush is Mel Sherratt at her gritty and gripping best!’ Teresa Driscoll
‘Mel Sherratt knows how to instantly hook a reader and to keep them focused to the very last page! Her well-paced stories twist and turn and deliver a satisfying shot of tension.’ Rachel Abbott.
‘Hush Hush will keep you turning the pages till you reach the end and, if you don’t believe me, a million readers can’t be wrong.’ Howard Linskey
‘Made the hairs on my arm stand up! Literal goosebumps reading this: heart-stoppingly tense. I love Mel Sherratt’s writing.' Angela Clarke
‘Uncompromising, powerful and very real – an important new voice’ David Mark
‘Mel’s vivid imagination really brings her characters to life’ Kerry Wilkinson
About the author
Mel Sherratt is the author of fourteen crime novels, all of which have become bestsellers. For the past four years, she has been named as one of her home town of Stoke-on-Trent’s top 100 influential people.
She regularly appears at festivals and speaks at writing conferences throughout the UK, and pens a column for her local newspaper, the Sentinel, as well as feature articles for other newspapers and magazines.
She lives in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, with her husband and terrier, Dexter.