A breaking story, a terrible legacy, and five days to discover the truth. Lily Dunlop has it all -- wealth, privilege and the perfect fiance. Until, on the day of her 21st birthday, she receives a mysterious card which shatters everything she has ever known. A deadly secret is held securely in a safety deposit box, and nothing is going to keep Lily from reaching it, even if she has to orchestrate a robbery to get to it. On Christmas Eve, armed with a replica gun, Lily takes her chance. Little does she realise however, that when the doors slam shut behind her, she and her accidental hostages will be locked in the vault for 5 long days. Meanwhile, the story of the heiress turned robber transfixes the nation, the drama unfolding to a gripped TV audience 24 hours a day. What could possibly make this privileged young woman take such desperate actions? And what exactly is daddy's little girl hiding?
Praise for Betrayal:
'A great read and you'll never guess the ending'
HEAT Betrayal doesn
't allow you to stop reading for a moment until it is finally --and thrillingly-- done. Extremely clever. Penny Vincenzi 'A deliciously escapist read fizzing with insider detail'
'A really sparky and topical novel from a very sparky lady.' Jilly Cooper
Praise for First Ladies:
'A brilliant, thrilling read.'
'Juciest read of the year. I loved it'
'Kay Burley uses her unrivalled knowledge of the worlds of politics, media and celebrity to racy effect.'
'Julian might lead the country but he underestimates his lovers at his peril.'
Barbara Taylor Bradford
'Once I picked up this book, it wouldn't put me down again.'
Publication date: 24/05/2012
Publisher: Harper an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
|Publication date:||24th May 2012|
|Publisher:||Harper an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers|
|Genres:||Crime / Mystery, Relationship Stories,|
Kay Burley is the longest-serving female newsreader on British television. As host of her daily Sky News show, Afternoon Live with Kay Burley, she has covered some of the world's biggest news stories. Her coverage of 9/11 helped Sky win its first TV Bafta. She was on air when Diana, Princess of Wales died, Concorde crashed and the Iraq War began, and her exclusive interviews saw her shortlisted for presenter of the year alongside Jon Snow. Kay is a proud ambassador for Macmillan Cancer Support.More About Kay Burley