Never Go There

never go there red‘Never go there, Nuala. Please, never go there.’

Before he died, Nuala knew nothing of her husband James’s past, or his family. He made her swear that she would never contact them – and that no matter what, she would never, ever visit the place he was from.

But now Nuala is alone, lost and grieving. Desperate for even a piece of James, she decides to ignore his warning.

Nuala is about to find out that her husband wasn’t the man she thought he was – and that some secrets are better left buried…


Available now as an Ebook via Amazon, Waterstones, and WHSmith

Paperback publication: 7th March 2019


Twisty as hell and more addictive than a pot of pringles… a barnstormer of a story with some dark and emotive themes, highly engaging and really a most excellent read. – Liz Loves Books

‘A beautifully written, riveting read. Perfectly crafted. Absorbing from start to finish.’ – Amanda Robson, bestselling author of OBSESSION

Twisty, DARK, fast-paced, shocking. EXCELLENT. – Will Dean, author of Dark Pines 

‘Mesmerising, shocking, I just couldn’t look away. I loved it.’ – Sarah J. Naughton, author of Tattletale

This book sucked me in and wouldn’t let go, even after I finished it! I absolutely loved it. Dark and suspenseful. Brilliant characters. Stunning revelations. – Patricia Gibney, bestselling author of the Detective Lottie Parker novels

Rebecca Tinnelly created a village so real, so secretive and scary, I know I never will go there! This was edge of the seat reading showing that powerlessness is sometimes the only weapon you have to fight back. I loved Never Go There. Rebecca Tinnelly has a new fan in me. – Liz Lawler, bestselling author of DON’T WAKE UP

So tightly plotted [and] totally absorbing… the dark, claustrophobic atmosphere kept me reading late into the night. – Elisabeth Carpenter, bestselling author of 99 RED BALLOONS

Creepy, claustrophobic and extremely dark and twisted. This is a very clever debut. – Susi Holliday, author of THE DEATHS OF DECEMBER

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