Perfect Ten

Perfect Ten is an explosive debut thriller about one woman's search for revenge - and the dangerous chain of events she sets in motion...

'Hugely engrossing - a dark delight.' Catherine Ryan Howard

Caroline Atkinson is powerless and angry. She has lost more than most - her marriage, her reputation, even her children. Then one day, she receives an unusual delivery: lost luggage belonging to the very man who is responsible, her estranged husband Jack.

In a leather holdall, Caroline unearths a dark secret, one that finally confirms her worst suspicions. Jack has kept a detailed diary of all his affairs; every name, every meeting, every lie is recorded. He even marks the women out of ten.

Caroline decides it's time to even the score. She will make this man pay, even if it means risking everything...

...timely debut for those of us affected by #MeToo - Sanjida Kay

Ebook available here 

Trade Paperback Available now

Mass Market Paperback available on pre-order release date 4th April

Published by Corvus Atlantic Books

Praise for Perfect Ten

A wildly entertaining and compelling debut Daily Mail

You won’t be able to put this gripping novel down Take-a-Break

Penetratingly sharp on the complexities of psychological abuse and the human heart, this compulsive, disturbing debut will be relished by fans of Gillian Flynn and Paula Daly -  Joanne Owen, LoveReading

This is a deliciously vengeful tale of someone driven to despair and of the world that didn’t believe her – Readings, Australia, Best Crime Reads October 2018

Fascinating  - Paula Daly

A tense and gripping portrayal of how one man's abuse forces his victim into a rollercoaster ride of revenge. Jacqueline Ward knows how to ratchet up the tension in this timely debut for those of us affected by #MeToo - Sanjida Kay

Reading this book felt like riding a high-speed, super-charged rollercoaster called Revenge. You'll go from cheering Caroline on to screaming at her to stop and then back again, all in the turn of a page. Hugely engrossing - a dark delight. - Catherine Ryan Howard