Cuckoo by Sophie Draper

There’s a stranger in your home…

Or is there?

Coming back to her childhood home in Derbyshire for her step-mother, Elizabeth’s funeral, Caro is happy to see her sister who has been out of touch for a long time.

When she is told that the house and everything her father had was left to her and her sister. When her sister tells her she has no interest in any of it and wants Caro to have it all. Coming off a bad break up it seems perfect for her to live in the house and have a new start.

But as Caro begins to go through and sort out all of Elizabeth’s belongings, things start getting weird. Is there a ghost in the house or is someone trying to harm her? The trouble is Caro can’t remember a lot of her childhood and what she is about to find out will shock her to her core!

This was one twisty, wicked good tale! Even I wasn’t sure who the bad people were.

Well Done! 5*

Netgalley/November 29th 2018 by Avon UK

Let me say that this has been one of the hardest secrets I’ve had to keep! When a publisher emails you that you can’t show the title, the story and that you can not even talk about it until Halloween! Oh how happy I was to hear from her today! So here it is!

10 responses to “Cuckoo by Sophie Draper”

  1. I agree it does look brilliant! Lucky you! Lol the hardest secret to keep lol Happy Halloween 🎃

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  2. Oooooo…. it would be so tough to keep a book that you’re so obviously excited about a secret!! I’m glad you got to finally share it with us, and it sounds great!!!

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  3. I love the theme of strangers being in the house. That one place where you feel the safest, and there’s someone lurking about.

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  4. Ooooh I have this book too… Good one

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    1. Oh I wish I had known you had it! I’m sure I could have talked it over with you!!

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  5. Great review. Another twisty tale with strangers too. I think I have this one, but will have to check.

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    1. If you do, the working title is Can you keep a secret?.

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