Look What You Made Me Do: The most emotional, gripping gut punch of a thriller this year!

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Orion, Mar 8, 2021 - Fiction - 336 pages

'Creepy and unsettling - a tense, toxic read that will wrong-foot you at every turn' CHARLOTTE DUCKWORTH

Two people can keep a secret . . . if one of them is dead.

Sisters Jo and Caroline are used to hiding things from each other. They've never been close - taking it in turns to feel on the outside of their family unit, playing an endless game of favourites.

Jo envies Caroline's life - things have always come so easy to her. Then a family inheritance falls entirely to Jo, and suddenly now Caroline wants what Jo has. Needs it, even.

But just how far will she go to get it?

You'll be riveted by the new psychological suspense from Nikki Smith - a gripping gut-punch of a novel...

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Praise for Look What You Made Me Do:

'Gripping and twisty, with real heart' LAURA MARSHALL

'Emotional and sinister, with characters that draw you in and a story that keeps you turning the pages' JENNY QUINTANA

'Terrifying and compulsive, deeply psychological, with wonderfully drawn characters and a satisfying conclusion' LISA BALLANTYNE

'Fantastic - what Nikki's really good at is keeping the reader on the edge of her seat' EMMA CURTIS


'[One of] those moments where you realise the power of the written word' EMMA CHRISTIE

'A deeply accomplished novel that combines razor-sharp characterisation with perfectly-pitched suspense. A fantastic, slow-burn thriller' PHILIPPA EAST

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About the author (2021)

Nikki studied English Literature at Birmingham University before pursuing a career in finance, working in a variety of different companies including an investment bank and a trampoline park. She always had a passion for writing and in 2017 she had a 'now or never' moment and applied for a Curtis Brown Creative 3 month writing course which she absolutely loved. Later that year she had a short story published in the Writer's Forum Magazine, and submitted the opening chapters of her novel to a competition where she won the opportunity to be mentored by the author Amanda Reynolds. She lives near Guildford with her husband, two daughters and a very friendly Burmese cat called Saffi.