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The Dirty Secrets Club

Meg Gardiner

5 Reviews

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Fiction, Crime & mystery

Gripping new thriller from acclaimed author being compared with the best in her genre

Meet Jo Beckett - a forensic psychiatrist who profiles victims' lives to help solve their deaths.

On a San Francisco street, Jo confronts a scene of pure carnage: four dead, five injured after a high speed pursuit. In the mangled remains of a BMW lies prosecutor Callie Harding, dead with the word dirty written in lipstick on her thigh. Why did Harding run from the police Why did she crash through a bridge railing Was it an accident Suicide Or murder

Jo is a last resort in difficult cases. But now she's on the front line, because Callie Harding isn't the first high flyer to go down and take others with her. And if Jo can't figure out why the prosecutor died, Harding won't be the last.

Jo's about to discover how dirty some secrets can be.

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Praise for The Dirty Secrets Club

  • The next suspense superstar. - Stephen King

  • Gardiner tells her story so well that it is easy to be carried along by this high-octane thriller. - Susanna Yager, Sunday Telegraph

  • Stephen King is absolutely right. Meg Gardiner is an astonishing writer, and the DIRTY SECRETS CLUB is a humdinger of a thriller, with shocks and twists galore. I couldn t turn the pages fast enough. - Tess Gerritsen, author of THE BONE GARDEN

  • A winner in every way. THE DIRTY SECRETS CLUB is nuanced and layered and a harrowing thriller that chews up the streets of San Francisco from the high-rises to the Tenderloin. Author Gardiner makes every one of her characters leap alive off the page, and I personally am in love with the most compelling of them all, Jo Beckett the psychiatrist who analyzes dead people for the cops and who s willing to trade her cell phone for a cup of coffee. - Jeffery Deaver

  • The story just keeps coming. She is up there with Michael Connelly and Lee Child. - Stephen King

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Meg Gardiner

Edgar award winner Meg Gardiner previously practised law in Los Angeles and taught at the University of California. She lives with her family near London. To find out more about her novels, visit Meg's website at

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