The Hiding Place
Some houses have their secrets. But so do some people . . .
From Jenny Quintana, the bestselling author of The Missing Girl and Our Dark Secret, comes The Hiding Place: a story about identity, love, long-buried secrets and lies.
Marina is adopted. She's always known this – but the circumstances of her birth remain a mystery. Baby Blue, the newspapers nicknamed her at the time, after she'd been found, wrapped in a blue shawl, in the hallway of a large, shared house in London.
24 Harrington Gardens. That was the house. And it's still standing now Marina is an adult; still split into flats. And one of them is to let . . .
Of course, Marina knows that the chances of her uncovering the truth about her birth are remote – but she hopes the house might hold some clues.
What if it's not just the house, though? What if someone connected to it knows what really happened that day? Someone who doesn't want the truth to come to light?
In the media
For anyone who enjoys racing through a pacey thriller in one sitting, this debut from Jenny Quintana is not to be missed
Independent on The Missing Girl
A superbly taut novel . . . atmospheric and nuanced, and full of emotional truths
Fiona Cummins on The Missing Girl
Rich with atmosphere and mystery. I read through the night, desperate to find out the truth about Gabriella
Erin Kelly on The Missing Girl
A wonderful book . . . I absolutely loved it
Karen Hamilton on The Missing Girl