Mine - JL Butler

Mine

By JL Butler

  • Release Date: 2018-05-15
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 29 Ratings

Description

‘Sinister, clever, with a dark twist coiled in its heart’ – S. K. Tremayne ‘A gripping, thrill-a-minute ride through London’s dark side’ – Erin Kelly ‘Fiendishly plotted and perfectly paced’ -Caz Frear

Fatal Attraction meets Apple Tree Yard. This debut novel will be your new obsession.

Francine Day is a high-flying lawyer about to apply for silk, ambitious and brilliant. She just needs one headline grabbing client to seal her place as Queen's Counsel … Martin Joy. The attraction is instant. Obsessive.

They embark on a secret affair and Francine thinks she can hold it together. But then Martin's wife, Donna, goes missing. And Martin is the prime suspect.

As the case unravels so does Francine, because the last person to see Donna Joy alive, was her.My client. My lover. My husband. My obsession.

Set in the Inns of Court in London, where justice and corruption have played out for centuries, J L Butler’s taut, gripping legal drama brims with suspense and obsession, and only you can solve the case…

Reviews

‘A gripping, glamorous, thrill-a-minute ride through London’s dark side’ – Erin Kelly

‘Gripping, intelligent, thrilling’ – Adele Parks

‘Taut, sinister, clever, with dark and delicious twist coiled in its heart’ – S K Tremayne

‘Fiendishly plotted and perfectly paced, MINE is a thrilling exploration of obsession, love, professional duty and personal trauma, all played out against the backdrop of a brooding, rain-lashed London. Few books are worthy of a 4am finish, MINE is definitely one of them.’ – Caz Frear

‘Intelligently written. Compulsive. I defy you to put this down.’ Jane Corry

‘A slick, suspenseful and sexy read’ Red

‘Addictive’ Cosmopolitan

‘A slick page-turner that pulses with tension’ – Lucy Clarke

‘A nail-biting read.’ Prima

About the author

J.L. Butler trained as a lawyer and journalist. She lives in London with her husband and son. J.L. Butler is the pseudonym for Sunday Times bestseller, Tasmina Perry.

Reviews

  • Compelling

    5
    By MalcRash
    I read few books, but after reading “Mine” this will perhaps read more often. Well written, it holds the reader from start to finish, with turn after turn, twist after twist. I read it in two bites on consecutive days, finding it hard to put down.
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  • The lost child(chapter 1)

    5
    By amaya phillips
    Whilst the wind was making the trees rust, Sophie the child of a family of 3 mum, dad and Sophie.