An engrossing and evocative read. Jenny Quintana captures layered atmosphere and complex emotions beautifully, alongside writing a compulsive tale. I loved it -- Kate Hamer, author of <i>The Girl in the Red Coat</i> and <i>Crushed</i> Tense [and] skillful * Daily Mail * An emotionally taut, spellbinding, vivid mystery . . . This is definitely a book readers won't be able to put down -- Karen Hamilton, author of <i>The Perfect Girlfriend</i> and <i>The Last Wife</i> I loved The Hiding Place. Wonderful writing, mystery and intrigue, and a great story . . . I shed a tear at the end -- Emma Curtis, author of <i>The Night You Left</i> and <i>Keep Her Quiet</i> An emotional read for anyone who loves a good mystery * Woman's Weekly * The Hiding Place is a real gem of a book. Jenny Quintana's evocation of the 1960s bursts from the page and the human stories that unfold for the residents of 24 Harrington Gardens are breath-taking and compelling. A gripping plot with characters who will keep you guessing (and break your heart a little, too) -- Eleni Kyriacou, author of <i>She Came to Stay</i> Read this if you like Lisa Jewell . . . An emotional drama, skilfully divided across two timelines -- <i>Best </i>magazine Another beguiling Quintana mystery . . . The Hiding Place is about the hopes, fears and impossible choices of ordinary people. It is about the things that connect and separate us. It is a testament to the fragile nature of truth and a masterpiece of storytelling -- Claire Dyer, author of <i>The Last Day</i> A gripping suspense story that expertly interweaves the past and present . . . Beautifully written and extremely moving -- Nikki Smith, author of <i>All In Her Head</i> An absorbing and moving mystery which Quintana unpacks with her inimitable flair -- Rachel Edwards, author of <i>Darling </i>and <i>Lucky</i> From the first page of The Hiding Place I felt the delicious sense of security that comes from being in the hands of an expert storyteller . . . The Hiding Place is both a flawlessly-written mystery and a moving meditation on what it means to belong -- Carolyn Kirby, author of <i>When We Fall</i> and <i>The Conviction of Cora Burns</i> Effortlessly engaging & full of secrets, I thoroughly enjoyed The Hiding Place, a credible mystery, intriguingly unravelled over two timelines, that kept me guessing to the very end -- Anita Frank, author of <i>The Lost Ones</i> The Hiding Place is domestic suspense at its finest - tense, emotional and chock-full of secrets. Jenny Quintana's novels are always rich with atmosphere and social observation, but this is undoubtedly her best yet. Moving effortlessly between 1960s and 1990s London, Quintana keeps you guessing from the first page to the last -- Caz Frear, author of <i>Sweet Little Lies </i>and <i>Shed No Tears</i> The Hiding Place is an emotionally-resonant and intriguing mystery, in which past and present, secrets and memories converge to unlock a vital truth, all woven together through Quintana's assured and sensitive prose -- Philippa East, author of <i>Little White Lies</i> and <i>Safe And Sound</i> Marina, a foundling, tries to discover who she really is. But the house she was found in is full of secrets and the truth becomes more and more dangerous. Gripping and full of goose bumps - I couldn't put it down -- Frances Maynard, author of <i>The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr</i> and <i>Maggsie McNaughton's Second Chance</i> At a time when I was finding it very difficult to read or concentrate, The Hiding Place came to my rescue. What a gently captivating and beautifully told mystery - I loved it -- Nicola Rayner, author of <i>You and Me</i> and <i>The Girl Before You</i> With a cast of fascinati
Jenny Quintana grew up in Essex and Berkshire, before studying English Literature in London. She has taught in London, Seville and Athens and has also written books for teaching English as a foreign language. She is a graduate of the Curtis Brown Creative writing course, and lives with her family in Berkshire. The Hiding Place is her third novel.