The Judas Tree, Paperback / softback Book

The Judas Tree Paperback / softback

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Childhood betrayal casts a long shadow... From the author of The Haven and The Cliff House, this is a devastating thriller set in a Cornish boarding school. 'A gripping page-turner' Tammy Cohen, author of The Wedding Party At a bleak boys' boarding school in Cornwall in the eighties when bullying is rife, Will and his best friend, Luke, are involved in a horrific incident that results in Luke leaving. Twenty-five years later their paths cross again and memories of a painful childhood come flooding back to haunt them both. Will's wife, Harmony, is struggling after a miscarriage that has hit her hard, and wishes Will would open up about what happened.

But as Will withdraws further, she finds herself drawn to the charismatic stranger from her husband's past, Luke, and soon all three are caught in a tangled web of guilt and desire . . . From Amanda Jennings, author of The Cliff House, comes a haunting thriller about betrayal and revenge. Praise for The Judas Tree: 'That rare thing - a gripping page-turner that's also emotionally intelligent and very moving.

I gulped it down' Tammy Cohen, author of The Wedding Party 'Astonishingly good and utterly haunting' Oxford Times 'A beautifully crafted tale.

Emotional, dark and so very compelling' Cesca Major, author of Maybe Next Time 'AMAZING.

Real and disturbing and brilliant, and so beautifully written.

The kind of book you want to TALK about' Iona Grey, author of The Glittering Hour 'I LOVED it' Miranda Dickinson, bestselling author of The Start of Something 'A beautiful, sharply written novel about how we carry the past with us' Louise Beech, author of Nothing Else 'A compelling, moving and captivating book that had me hooked from the first page' Louise Douglas, bestselling author of The Room in the Attic 'A powerful story about the shadowlands that can connect people with long-held secrets . . . A really great read' Claire Dyer, author of The Significant Others of Odie May

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