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Introducing…The Babysitter

This week I revealed the cover of my third book, The Babysitter, over on Twitter and have had such a lovely response! Thank you so much to everybody who has shared it, it really does mean the world.

This is actually my favourite jacket of my three novels – designed by the brilliant Anna Sikorska at HQ HarperCollins, the moment my editor sent it to me I absolutely loved it. The colours really pop and I’m very pleased with how it looks.

If you want to know a little more about The Babysitter, here is the blurb…

‘It was the husband. It’s always the husband.’

Caroline Harvey is found dead in Suffolk on the hottest day of the year, her limp body awkwardly draped over a cot – and the baby she was looking after is nowhere to be seen.

Hundreds of miles away, Siobhan Dillon’s holiday on the French coast comes to an abrupt end when her husband, Callum, is arrested on suspicion of murder, and her perfect family is torn apart.

But is Caroline as innocent as she seems – or has she been hiding a secret of her own? What really happened that night? And where is the baby?

It is coming out in May 2020 and I will be so nervous to see what everyone thinks of it – but at least I have some time to gear myself up before the release. The edits for this one were quite painful, so I’ll be worrying about it right up until the first reviews come in, I think. If you did want to have a look at it on Amazon, I’d be incredibly grateful, as pre-orders really do help authors out hugely. It’s currently up for pre-order at £2.99 for the ebook and £7.99 for the paperback (there will be an audio book too!) and it should be in shops next May – but for now the price is nice and cheap if you wanted to buy one! THANK YOU SO MUCH in advance!

In the meantime, what do you think of the cover? Do you like it? What does it make you think of? I am always so interested in readers’ thoughts, so do pop a comment below if you’d like to! Here it is…

Phoebe x

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