The Publicist: Unabridged edition

By Natalie Tambini, Read by Helen Colby

‘Dark, twisty, gripping and dripping with authenticity…I loved it’ Peter James

‘An electrifying thriller’ Woman’s Own

PR guru Lola Lovett’s client has gone missing, but that’s not the problem. It’s the fact that he’s meant to be at home. Already dead.

But Lola hasn’t come this far in life to let an inconvenience like an undead actor stop her from getting what she wants, so she immediately sets about getting close to the investigation into his disappearance…and DCI Sue Fisher.

Sue’s been laying low ever since the Medford nail bar case, determined to focus on her grieving son Tom and moving on from the horrors they’ve faced, but the search for actor Sam Stevens throws up unexpected challenges. Because in the glitzy, glamorous world of showbiz it’s not a matter of discovering who might be keeping secrets, but rather, determining who is willing to kill to keep them…

Praise for Natalie Tambini:

‘An explosive thriller not for the faint-hearted’ Woman’s Own

‘Secrets and lies on every page. Utterly absorbingBest

‘A brilliant thriller’ Bella

‘We couldn’t put this downCrime Scene Magazine

‘Creepy, shocking, addictive’ Tammy Cohen

Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 18 Aug 2023
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-865934-9
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
Natalie Tambini has more than thirty years\' experience as a national newspaper and magazine journalist. She created and wrote Cosmopolitan\'s ‘Confessions’ columns, supplements and books and interviewed countless celebrities during nine years at TV Choice and Total TV Guide – infamously missing a slot with Julia Roberts. Her work has been syndicated worldwide, and she has acted as ghostwriter for several celebrity columnists on women\'s magazines.Her fascination with murderers and the need to understand them stems from a childhood passion for Agatha Christie novels while growing up in Norfolk and Hampshire. She has also interviewed many victims of crimes as a real-life journalist, and those who endured miscarriages of justice, including an innocent man who spent 20 years on death row.Natalie lives in Surrey, where her crime novels are largely set. She is currently a journalist and podcast producer at Hearst UK.