Catherine Deveney was born and brought up in Glasgow and now lives in the Highlands of Scotland. She taught English and drama before becoming a journalist who specialised in feature writing and celebrity interviewing. A former Scottish Journalist of the Year, she has won many awards for her writing and has also hosted an interview series on Scottish television. Now a freelance writer and trainer, she has written extensively about abuse in the Catholic church over the years and was responsible for breaking the story of Cardinal Keith O'Brien in the Observer. She is married with two sons and one daughter.
A brilliantly plotted top quality psychological thriller set in the Scottish Highlands. Five years after the death of her father Rebecca finds a series of letters between her father and long dead mother that expose the secrets and lies hidden in her family including a terrible crime.If you enjoy this engrossing emotional thriller then do try her first two books, The Ties That Bind and Kiss the Bullet.
Loss and revenge run deep and strong in this powerful and emotional novel. After the loss of her husband and son to a terrorist’s bomb Danni wants revenge – but what happens when you meet the killer face to face? Fast-paced, emotionally pitch-perfect and with a heart-wrenching ending, Kiss the Bullet is a thriller as gripping, intelligent and satisfying as they come from the author of Ties That Bind.
July 2010 Debut of the Month. A debut novel exploring the loneliness, secrets and silences that haunt even the most loving of families and how some bonds, against all odds, can never be broken.