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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to The Estate - where even the darkest times have their lighter moments....
Cath Mason has learned to be tough. The things she's seen growing up on the Mitchell Estate, she's had to be. Yet, even broken and beaten by life at times, she's still the first person a woman in need of help seeks out.
At Cath's house, there is safety in numbers as well as a place to hide. No matter what trouble comes to her door, she won't turn anyone away - because she knows what it's like to live with secrets and lies. But now a problem from her past has come back to haunt her, and she's the one faced with a dilemma. What should she do first - help or be helped? Or has the potential for revenge already gone a step too far?
Somewhere to Hide is an emotional, authentic, down-to-earth drama of life's ups and downs. It is the first book in The Estate Series. So pound those streets, open those doors, pull back those curtains and take a peep into the lives of the people who live there....
©2013 Mel Sherratt (P)2016 Audible, Ltd
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Critic Reviews

"A writer to watch out for." (Mandasue Heller)
"The worst terrors are always those that hide closest to home." (Elizabeth Haynes, author of Into the Darkest Corner)
"There's a lot of young crime writers that I've just met for the first time. There's one called Mel Sherratt; she's very interesting." (Ian Rankin)
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By Berni on 02-16-17

Utter Drivel

What a load of rubbish. Inane story, stereotypical characters with no depth or truth. Seriously disappointed.

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