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'With its buried secrets, shifting allegiances, and creeping sense of dread, The Nanny pulses with tension until its shocking conclusion. I absolutely loved it!' SHARI LAPENA
Seven-year-old Jocelyn loves her nanny more than her own mother.
When her nanny disappears one night, Jo never gets over the loss.
How could she vanish without saying goodbye?
Thirty years on, Jo is forced to return to her family home and confront her troubled relationship with her mother. When human remains are discovered in the grounds of the house, Jo begins to question everything.
Then an unexpected visitor knocks at the door and Jo's world is destroyed again as, one by one, she discovers her childhood memories aren't what they seemed.
What secrets was her nanny hiding - and what was she running away from? And can Jo trust what her mother tells her?
Sometimes the truth hurts so much you'd rather hear the lie.
Just like Jocelyn, readers love THE NANNY:
"a gripping read with an original premise... I very much enjoyed all the characters"
"meaty and twisty ... armchair detectives will have a lot of fun with this"
"a compelling read ... I read it with a sense of fear and dread"
"Dare you get engrossed in this book? ... this is a book that should do really well"
"A spellbinding read"
"A lot of twists and turns ... it definitely grabbed my attention from the outset"
'A brilliant blend of missing person drama with some seriously spooky Gothic overtones.' GLAMOUR MAGAZINE
'The plot sucked me in and the insidious build had me turning the pages rapidly' JANE SHEMILT
'I was blown away by The Nanny. Original, twisty, unpredictable and taut with its buried secrets, the old creepy house and complex relationships. I never knew who to trust and the ending shocked me. This deserves to be huge!' CLAIRE DOUGLAS
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