EVERYTHING YOU THINK YOU KNOW IS A LIE…Can you keep a secret? Your life depends on it.....
DS Imogen Grey & her partner DS Adrian Miles are back together to solve another case but this time it could get them killed. When Briget Reid who is an undercover cop goes in the seedy world of prostitution to try and uncover a sickening web of abuse, she goes missing and is presumed dead during this operation. Briget has a secret and one that could get her killed too but she needs to escape from the man that is being her locked in a basement bedroom. As DS Grey & DS Miles race against time in the search for Briget, they uncover a terrifying web of abuse, betrayal & murder but what if they realise that some secrets are better left buried?? Or what if the only person that could help you was a convicted criminal, what would you do??
WOW!!! I thought The Teacher was brilliant, The Secret was even better, I was pulled in fron the first page & couldn't put it down once I got going, I LOVED it. As we discovered in the first book in the series, DS Grey has her own hidden past and her own demons and her own buried secrets to deal with which we do touch on a little in The Teacher but is dealt with a whole lot more in The Secret. Set in the present day & 2 years previous in Plymouth, we get more of a feel for DS Grey & her past & why she struggles to let anyone get close to her. I will admit that I found parts of the story hard to read and in places & it made my skin crawl but it definitely didn't disappoint. It was a spine-chilling , pulse pounding, heart thumping rollercoaster ride. I know that his book will stick in my memory longer than most because of the subject matter that was involved. And, after that bombshell ending I am really looking forward to Katerina's next book already where I'm hoping it won't be too long until the next DS Grey Novel is upon us, so no pressure Katerina but I'm dying to know what's in store next for the characters 😱😱
The Secret was published on October 20th on Kindle and in all good bookstores and is currently £1.99 on Kindle at the time of publication of this review, I'd HIGHLY recommend it, so what are you waiting for!??