'Fiendishly addictive' Guardian
'The UK's answer to Liane Moriarty' Claire McGowan
Your best friend isn't who you think she is.
You've been friends since university, when you became the people you are today.
You don't see each other enough but when you do it's as if you've never been apart.
She's one of the family. You would trust her with your life, your children, your husband.
And when your daughter is rushed to hospital, you're grateful that she's stepping in at home, looking after things.
You're about to find out just how wrong you were.
Readers are utterly gripped by Keep Your Friends Close:
***** 'Dark and compelling . . . will keep you riveted to the last page.'
***** 'Quick paced, breath-taking and believable.'
***** 'Intense, addictive and thoroughly enjoyable.'
Utterly gripping, fast paced, and scarily believable
Gripping, intriguing and unputdownable. I loved it!
Deliciously dark and addictive. I defy anyone who starts it not to race through the pages until they reach the final, brilliant twist
Daly writes convincingly of a warped mind, the cracks in family life and the small triggers that send events spiralling out of control
Confident and well-written