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Audio review.
Narrated by: Eilidh Beaton and Matt Bates.

In a bid to step outside my comfort zone, I gave this gripping thriller a try.

Dominic and Grace are, on the surface, happily married. Then Grace stumbles across her loving husband, in the garden shed, doing the dirty deed with another woman – temptress Camilla, a lady with her own agenda.
What does Grace do? Well as any rational woman would do – she locks them in!
As the book progresses, secrets are revealed. Maybe Grace’s past is coming back to haunt her.
Maybe it’s not just Dirty Dominic who is in the wrong.

As I said, this isn’t my usual genre, but I can honestly say I was gripped from the start and on more than one occasion I found myself holding my breath.

The story is fast paced and develops well as the book progresses.

The characters are complex, vulnerable and damaged, but this also made them interesting.

This story really doesn’t pause for breath. It’s gripping, heart stopping, full of twists and turns – almost all of which I didn’t see coming.

I loved Daniel Hurst’s writing style. It’s strong and straightforward, while all the while reeling you in until you just can’t put the book down.

A fantastic read, that will keep you on the edge of your seat and turning those pages.

Formats available

With thanks to Netgalley and Bookouture for an audio arc of this title.


hey’ll do anything to get out. She’ll do anything to keep them in.When happily married Grace comes home early one night and catches her husband, Dominic, with another woman in the cabin at the bottom of their garden, she is shocked, angry, and most of all, hell-bent on revenge. That’s why she acts quickly, locking the pair in the cabin while she decides what she wants to do to them.

While Dominic and his mistress desperately try to get free, Grace makes a plan on the outside, but it’s a plan that is formed based on her previous experiences. That’s because this might not be the first time Grace has done something like this…

Who is the real villain? The cheating husband? Or the vengeful wife?The new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of The Intruder, Til Death Do Us Part & We Used To Live Here


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