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The ultimate glamorous, escapist blockbuster - perfect for fans of Melanie Blake, Jackie Collins and Shirley Conran's Lace.
'Campbell's warm, wise bonkbuster...transports you to the sexual free-for-all of the 1970s... There's an upbeat honesty in the writing that reminded me of Jilly Cooper' Rowan Pelling, Daily Mail
'A rip-roaring, gold-plated, sizzling bonkbuster - this is one for Jackie Collins fans everywhere who are missing the glitz!' Fiona Walker
Glamour. Deceit. Sex. Deadly ambition.
They have the world at their feet.
And they want it ALL.
Innocent Phoebe has only known a life of privilege.
Street-smart Paula has had to make her own way in the world.
When the two girls meet as teenagers, they form a deep sisterly bond, recognising in one other a yearning for love and for lives that are different from the ones they were born into. But when they each suffer a personal trauma, they are torn apart and set out on very different paths.
So begins a rollercoaster journey throughout the 1970s of extreme highs and lows for Phoebe and Paula, as they travel from the epicentre of cool on the Kings Road, Chelsea, to the glamour of Paris, LA and the South of France.
It's a scandalous world of sex, drugs, celebrity and wealth - alluring, addictive...and deceptive.
Readers adore Secrets in the Dark!
'For those of you missing the fabulous Jackie Collins, look no further than Ceril Campbell's debut novel' 5* reader review
'The perfect escapism...easy to read, full of luxury, romance, style, fashion and rock and roll. Highly recommend!' 5* reader review
'Anyone interested in what made swinging London cool would enjoy this exciting, action-packed narrative - it is both a love letter to London and a tantalizing mystery' 5* reader review
'Loved, loved the story and could not put the book down' 5* reader review
'Terrific mystery that has you guessing till practically the last page. Highly recommended' 5* reader review
'The new Jackie Collins' 5* reader review
'A great debut novel with a clever twist at the end. Recommend as a brilliant holiday read' reader review