There’s something I have to tell you

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When the bodies of wealthy matriarch Ursula Kennedy and her farmer husband Jimmy are pulled from a slurry pit on Glenbeg Farm, shock ricochets throughout the family and community. Everyone has questions, including the gardaí. Was this a tragic accident? Or is there more to it than meets the eye? Their son Rob, once destined for a high-flying legal career, is now involved in the family business. He seems distraught about his parents’ deaths, but rumours soon spread about a blazing row he had with his mother before she died. As vivid memories rush back, a toxic secret is set to come to the surface.

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HOME IS WHERE THE SECRETS ARE BURIED

‘Gripping’ Jeanine Cummins

‘Original’ Andrea Carter

‘Compelling’ Sheila O’Flanagan

‘A page-turner’ Ryan Tubridy

‘This perfectly paced slice of rural noir is extremely addictive’ Business Post

When two bodies are found on Glenbeg Farm, the local community is reeling.

Wealthy matriarch Ursula Kennedy and her farmer husband Jimmy seem to have died in a tragic accident. But who knows what happens behind the closed doors of a family home?

Rob, the Kennedys’ eldest son, gave up a high-flying legal career to help with the family business. Given the recent tensions with his parents about money, is he really as distraught as he seems?

Rob’s wife Kate struggled with Ursula’s controlling nature – it must be a relief to have her out of the picture now.

And Christina, the victims’ fragile daughter, has been struggling to keep a long-buried secret.

Police suspicions begin to grow. And before long, the Kennedys’ many toxic secrets start to come to the surface . . .

‘Cleverly plotted and unpredictable with a fantastic cast of characters’ Rachael English

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Weight0.255 kg
Dimensions19.6 × 12.6 × 3 cm
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Cover

Paperback

Pages

368

Language

English

Edition

1st paperback ed

Dewey

823.92 (edition:23)

Readership

General – Trade / Code: K