Hidden Sin by Julie Shaw

Hidden sin

Step into a dangerous criminal world, a place governed by gangs and corruption, with violent consequences…

Based on real-life events, Hidden Sin is the perfect true crime read for fans of Kimberley Chambers and Martina Cole. We’ve got copies to give away to five reading group.

At almost eighteen, Joey Parker is a young man with big dreams. He’s desperate to escape the shackles of his window cleaning round, so when he’s offered the chance to try out as a drummer in a local Blondie tribute band, he jumps at the chance. But it isn’t just the music that moves him. It’s also the fact that Paula Foster is the lead singer. They’ve not seen each other in years, but their mutual attraction is instant.

Meanwhile, notorious local drug overlord, Rasta Mo, has recently returned to Bradford after a spell inside and years in Marbella. He is instantly enamoured with the good-looking drummer he discovers is his son. He decides that his new club is in need of a house band – and so begins his attempts to woo him, bringing Joey into a dangerous criminal underworld he has never known…

Joey is oblivious to who Mo is – the truth has always been hidden from him. All he cares about is that his and Paula’s dreams are all starting to come true. But will the cost of achieving them be a price too high to pay?

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