#Review The Promise by Teresa Driscoll #ThePromise #NetGalley
The Promise follows Beth, Sally, and Carol, they meet at a Catholic boarding school and become best friends, the story switched between the time they spent at boarding school and the present day. With the impending school reunion looming over their heads and finding out their old boarding school grounds are going to be torn apart, it becomes clears that a secret may be about to be discovered. Something happened when the girls were just 14 years old and they each made a promise never to tell anyone, and they have been living with the secret ever since – a secret that seems to be torturing the women through their lives.
The secret was very long drawn out, that when it was revealed it almost fell flat fore me, I had an incline as to what it might entail, and I was only half right! The rest I never saw coming! This was a good psychological thriller and nice change of pace from the romance books I have been devouring of late.
About the Author:
For more than twenty-five years as a journalist—including fifteen years as a BBC TV news presenter—Teresa Driscoll followed stories into the shadows of life. Covering crime for so long, she watched and was deeply moved by all the ripples each case caused, and the haunting impact on the families, friends and witnesses involved. It is those ripples that she explores in her darker fiction. Teresa lives in beautiful Devon with her husband and two sons. She writes women’s fiction as well as thrillers, and her novels have been sold for translation in fifteen languages. You can find out more about her books on her website (www.teresadriscoll.com) or by following her on Twitter (@TeresaDriscoll) or Facebook (www.facebook.com/teresadriscollauthor).
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