Keep Your Eyes On Me: No 1 Bestseller!

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Keep Your Eyes On Me is Sam Blake’s first standalone, and like the Cat Connolly books features two strong women on a mission. Pick up your copy in your local bookshop or online here!

Described as ‘Strangers on a Train’ meets ‘Dial M for Murder’ it reveals the story of what happens when two wronged women, Lily Power and Vittoria Devine meet on a plane bound for New York.

I’m absolutely thrilled that it went straight into Eason’s No 1 slot on release and has had magnificent support from the book trade.

Praise for Keep Your Eyes On Me

Original, twisty and very gripping – this is a rollercoaster ride to be savoured. William Ryan

One of those delights of scheming and machination where you really don’t know who’s manipulating whom until it’s far too late. And then tips you upside down at the end –  terrific!  Alex Marwood

Revenge is sweet in this deliciously entertaining thriller, as two women scorned aim to settle a few scores – with an ingenious plan that will have you cheering them every step of the way.’  TM Logan, author of The Holiday

I absolutely love a tale of women scorned getting revenge and this one did not let me down. I loved the escapism of it – I was living vicariously through those characters, I tell you. It was pacey and exciting and totally joyous. Jo Spain, author of The Confession.

‘Delightfully dark and satisfying’ Roz Watkins, author of the DI Meg Dalton series

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