I think I have at least three of Jane Corry’s previous novels awaiting me on my towering TBR so when I found latest online My Weekly magazine review was to be Jane’s latest book, We All Have Our Secrets, I was delighted because I’ve heard such wonderful things about her writing.
Published by Penguin on 23rd June 2022, We All Have Our Secrets is available for purchase through these links.
We All Have Our Secrets
Two women are staying in Willowmead House.
One of them is running.
One of them is hiding.
Both of them are lying.
Emily made one bad decision, and now her career could be over. Her family home on the Cornish coast is the only place where she feels safe. But when she arrives, there’s a stranger living with her father. Emily doesn’t trust the beautiful young woman, convinced that she’s telling one lie after another. Soon, Emily becomes obsessed with finding out the truth…
But should some secrets stay buried forever?
My Review of We All Have Our Secrets
My full review of We All Have Our Secrets can be found on the My Weekly website here.
However, here I can say that We All Have Our Secrets is a fascinating exploration of truth and relationships that leaves the reader reeling. I was hesitant to begin with and ended up loving this one!
About Jane Corry
Jane Corry is a former magazine journalist who spent three years working as the writer-in-residence of a high security prison for men. This often hair-raising experience helped inspire her Sunday Times-bestselling psychological dramas, My Husband’s Wife, Blood Sisters, The Dead Ex, I Looked Away and I Made A Mistake which have been translated into over 16 languages and sold over a million copies worldwide. Jane was a tutor in creative writing at Oxford University; an RLF Fellow at Exeter University; and is a regular contributor to the Daily Telegraph and My Weekly magazine. We All Have Our Secrets is her sixth novel.