The Sister's Secret

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Accent Press Limited, Apr 26, 2018 - Accident victims - 272 pages

Can you really trust her?



Erin is devastated when her pregnant sister Claudia is left brain dead from a tragic accident. When Claudia's boyfriend Ollie wants to switch off her life support, a desperate Erin finds herself fighting to give the baby a chance.



As she starts to uncover things Claudia never shared with her, Erin turns to the people closest to her sister. But why is everyone refusing to talk about her? And just where has Ollie run off?



Yearning for her sister, Erin grows close to Claudia's friend Jon. She refuses to get involved with another married man but this is the least of her worries.



The more people Erin meets, the less she can trust. And now, her life is in danger too ...

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About the author (2018)

Penny Kline has previously worked as a psychotherapist in the NHS and a university lecturer. Penny began her writing with radio plays - having had two broadcast on Radio 4 - and then went on to write several crime novels. Penny halted her writing for a while after her partner became ill. Following his death, Penny wrote Ursula's Arm, set in the 1930's, about psychoanalysis, Marie Stopes, and what married women were expected to put up with. She has now returned to crime writing and Nobody's Baby is set in and around Exeter, where she once lived while running the student counselling service at the university. Penny now resides in Bristol.

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