Kimberly Belle is the USA Today and internationally bestselling author of five novels of suspense. Her third, The Marriage Lie, was a semifinalist in the 2017 Goodreads Choice Awards for Best Mystery & Thriller, and has been translated into a dozen languages. Before turning to fiction, Kimberly worked in marketing and nonprofit fundraising.
They say every marriage has its secrets. But no one sees what happens behind closed doors. And sometimes those doors should never be opened...
Sal and Charlie are married. They love each other. But they aren’t happy. Sal cannot leave, no matter what Charlie does – no matter how much it hurts.
Praise for Between You and Me:
‘What a page turner! Compelling, chilling and an incredibly impressive’ Alexandra Brown
‘It’s certainly one of the best debuts I have read in a while, it’s compelling and shocking, and very cleverly crafted’ The Book Review Café
‘Hall packs a punch with this one and the ending left me gasping’ For the Love of Books
‘It is disturbing and chilling. It feels very real. And a quick mention for that twist! I did not see that coming AT ALL. I usually spot these things and I didn’t! Clever! Very clever!’ Northern Crime Reviews
‘A gripping psychological thriller with a level of tension that will leave you breathless’ Tracy Book Lover
‘Between You And Me is that kind of book. The one that makesyou feel like you’re there, you’re experiencing the emotions, the hurt, the pain’ Bibliophile Book Club
‘Lisa Hall has wrote a harrowing, disturbing and chilling novel which I couldn't help but devour in a matter of days. She's one of those authors you don't see coming and BANG best seller, up there with the greatest crime writers like Stuart McBride and Lee Child. She's one to watch’ Brunette Lifestyle
‘It is well written, emotional and jaw dropping. More please!!’ Jo Robertson (NetGalley)
‘A compelling but shocking read and there are serious issues in it which should provoke a lot of discussion for book groups’ Laurel (Goodreads)
Don’t. Trust. Anyone.
It was supposed to be a fresh start.
A chance to forget the past and embrace the future. But can you ever really start again?
Or does the past follow you wherever you go?
Steph and Mark have just moved house, trying to find a way forward after all the secrets, lies and betrayal.
But starting over isn’t always easy. Especially when someone will go to any lengths to make sure you never forget...
Praise for Lisa Hall:
‘An excellent thriller that had me hooked from the start’ Katerina Diamond
‘Breathlessly fast-paced and cleverly unsettling, this thriller is about a couple trying to escape their past is the very definition of unputdownable’ Heat
‘A paranoia-inducing plot that makes you question everyone! Lisa Hall’s new novel is one to get under your skin and has an ending that’ll leave you reeling’ Sam Carrington
‘Gripping and unforgettable...(A) haunting novel will make you question your most secret fears – and will leave you wondering who you should really trust...’ Inside Soap
‘A gripping and nail biting read ... A story that is seriously going to mess with the readers head’ By The Letter Book Reviews
Winner of the 2016 National Indie Excellence Award for Suspense
Winner of the 2016 Colorado Book Award
Finalist 2016 RONE Award
2016 International Book Award Winner Mystery/Suspense Category
Though they seem to have everything, Hannah Parks has watched her husband, Dallin, become increasingly distant. Her hope is buoyed when the couple decides to start a family, but what Dallin reveals in his sleep one night rocks Hannah to her core. As she starts to investigate a much darker side of Dallin than she ever knew existed, Hannah peels away the layers of a diseased relationship closely tied to her own abusive past. When Dallin attempts to have Hannah abducted, she is forced to run, doing so with the aid of a man named Black, an ex-con and expert at helping people disappear. Together they must keep Hannah safe from her husband's far-reaching grasp, all the while trying to solve the mystery behind Dallin's sudden violence. Does Hannah's dark family history hold the key to her survival?
Some people are made for a life of crime
Dragged up on a council estate, Jason Rampling was determined to change his lot. Jason’s a chancer, shameless with his good looks and his gift for earning a few quid. Life is easy when the money rolls in.
Some people are ruined by it
Melissa thought she’d struck gold marrying Jason. Being on his arm meant she was finally a someone. But there’s no glamour in waiting for your husband to come home, or waiting for a knock on the door. Melissa made her bed the day she made her vows – will she lie in it without a fight?
Some would kill for it
After a stretch inside Jason wants to pull off just one last job, the biggest of all, it could solve all of their problems. But this is a game that could cost them everything . . .