Sandie Jones is a freelance journalist and has contributed to the Sunday Times, Daily Mail, Woman’s Weekly and Hello magazine, amongst others. If she wasn’t a writer, she’d be an interior designer as she has an unhealthy obsession with wallpaper and cushions. She lives in London with her husband and three children.
Sandie Jones recommends
The Perfect Betrayal (2019)
"The Perfect Betrayal had my head spinning 360 degrees . . . Brilliant."
A Nearly Normal Family (2019)
M T Edvardsson
"I couldn't go to bed until I finished it. Effortlessly brilliant."
The Dilemma (2019)
B A Paris
"The phenomenal BA Paris has done it again! I devoured The Dilemma in one sitting - it grabbed me from the very first page and wouldn’t let go until I’d finished. Secrets, guilt, shame and heartbreak - this story has it all in spades."
The Second Wife (2020)
"Beautifully written and well-crafted, the characters of Natalie, Rachel, Sadie and Alex stayed with me long after I finished reading and I resented anything that stopped me from getting back to them. I read it in two days, though I would have read it in one if I could!"
Darling Rose Gold (2020)
"I absolutely devoured Darling Rose Gold!...I couldn’t get enough of Patty and Rose Gold, alternating my opinion of them at the same speed that I was turning the pages! A fabulous read!"
All the Broken People (2020)
"I love Konen's writing styleAll the Broken People is super pacy and whizzes you alongbefore you know it, the minutes have turned into hours! I couldn’t put it down until I knew how it ended."
The Safe Place (2020)
"I absolutely devoured The Safe Place, and lived and breathed every second. The images Anna Downes creates are so vivid and real that I was transported between Soho and France in the flick of an eye. I had no idea where it was going; I just knew I had to hold onto Emily’s coattails and go along for the ride. This one is going to fly! If you love a suspense thriller with a punch, I’d highly recommend The Safe Place."
When I Was You (2020)
"A thoroughly enjoyable, heart-pounding thriller. When I Was You pitches two women with the same name against one another, and the rug is pulled out from under you the moment you decide to trust one of them. The tension builds right up to the final twist!"
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