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The Perfect Neighbour
Released 30th September 2021
Beth wants to love her new home on a quiet suburban street. She wishes she could make friends with her beautiful neighbour Oksana. She longs for a new group of friends.
But life here feels so closed. One day Beth runs into Oksana’s garden to fetch her runaway dog, and she sees something shocking that makes her wonder who her new neighbours really are.
Sometimes, it’s the most perfect neighbours that hide the most terrible secrets.
Heather has lucked out. She has a beautiful house, a happy family life — and she’s just won the lottery. £29 million!
But her comfortable life dissolves into chaos. She starts receiving anonymous, hateful messages. She and her family escape to Spain, along with a few other close friends. But away from the spotlight in London, things go from bad to worse. Then the unthinkable happens and Heather realizes she can’t trust anyone.
Ricky and Leonora Bates are brother and sister, best friends, allies in a loveless family. Their father views Ricky’s quiet bookishness as weakness and Leonora’s feisty intelligence as unbecoming.
Ricky is sent away to a boarding school in South Africa, leaving Leonora to deal with her dysfunctional parents on her own. When Leonora’s father travels to South Africa to bring Ricky home, disaster strikes, her father is shot dead, and her brother is nowhere to be found. Now Leonora must find the truth.
The Girl on the Beach
Published in 2018 as The Truth Waits, my second novel was re-released in February 2021.
What would you do if you discovered a dead body on a remote beach and no one else seemed to care?
Crackling with tension, this electrifying page-turner by critically acclaimed author Susanna Beard defies expectation.
What Happened That Night
My debut novel, published as Dare to Remember in 2017, was re-released in March 2021 as What Happened That Night.
Reeling from a brutal attack that leaves her badly injured and her best friend dead, Lisa Fulbrook is plagued by questions: how did their assailant know them? Why were they attacked? And what really happened that night?