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Karen Perry is the pen name of crime writing duo Paul Perry and Karen Gillece who both live in Ireland. Can You Keep A Secret? is their latest novel and follows Girl Unknown, Only We Know and The Boy That Never Was which was selected for the Simon Mayo Radio 2 book club. All three were Sunday Times bestsellers.
Praise for Girl Unknown * - * Full of intrigue and incident and keeps us guessing until the very last tragic page -- Liz Nugent, bestselling author of * Lying in Wait * Karen Perry writes intense psychological thrillers that explore emotional danger with relentless, surgical accuracy, and this may be their best yet -- Bestselling author Tana French in the * Irish Independent, Books of the Year * Girl Unknown is one of the most richly satisfying psychological thrillers of 2016, a book that hooks the reader from the first page. * The Irish Independent * This story of psychological attrition builds to an incredibly tense finale - before delivering an amazing final twist, Riveting stuff * Sunday Mirror * Taunt, tense psycho-gripper * Sunday Sport * A profoundly disturbing, beautifully written story . . . An unputdownable novel that deftly examines the cost of misguided compassion, leading to a stunning conclusion you won't see coming. Karen Perry delivers again -- Michelle Richmond, author of * The Marriage Pact * Loved it * Lucy Mangan * Praise For Karen Perry * - * Stunning * Simon Mayo Radio 2 Book Club * I shot through this in one sitting. Like Gone Girl, it's told alternately by a husband and his wife. At the very beginning, something very shocking happens . . . It's the most gripping thing I've read for ages * Evening Standard * Beautifully written, tense and twisty tale * Sunday Mirror * The book is beautifully written, with just the right balance of teasing the reader with clues and hitting them with revelations * Best Crime Fiction of 2015, The Telegraph * This is an intense and subtle story with some wonderfully poetic passages and a character driven plot which becomes more compelling as the sense of momentum gathers and the true version of events is slowly revealed. Gripping stuff * Sunday Mirror *