As Sick As Our Secrets

We all keep secrets, don’t we?

Sophie used to be fearful, with a troubled past. Now, she’s a confident young woman helping others turn their lives around –
or is she?

A nasty surprise awaits her after the funeral of a friend and she soon finds out that nothing is as it seems.

Caught up in the dark world of gangsters and villains in the heart of Manchester she attempts to find Cassie’s killer. Following a trail of lies, she gets so wrapped up delving into the lives of others she doesn’t notice her own life falling apart, back into the grips of addiction.

Can romance blossom for Sophie after all the mistakes she has made in the past, or will her only comfort be drink? Things never end up the way she intends.

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Author Bio – Manchester born Diane Ezzard writes emotionally charged psychological thrillers and mysteries about everyday people in seemingly ordinary circumstances until something goes badly wrong in their lives.

Before taking early retirement to concentrate on her writing, she worked as a HR manager, a counsellor, owned a cafe and managed a charity.

She now lives and writes in South East London close to her daughter and grandchildren.

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My Thoughts

I like a good mystery and this one has a strong foundation at the core and was well written.

The characters I found only the main character to be strong the others to me seemed weak and not as fleshed out as it could have been.

Don’t get me wrong the book was good as were the characters but it wasn’t what I was really expecting.

Sophie was a great character with a lot of depth. She was ever so slightly getting on my nerves at times but that can happen with any character.

The secret wasn’t what I was hoping for but the story itself was solid and I can see why many would like this especially if they have read the first book of the series.

Even though this can be read as a standalone it gets a bit confusing as you are missing some of the context.

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