The Pupil by: Dawn Goodwin @DGoodwinAuthor



Psychological suspense from the author of The Accident that explores a labyrinth of lies, manipulation and revenge. Literary agent Viola Matthews is sure she’s met Katherine Baxter before. So when her husband and bestselling novelist Samuel Morton introduces Viola to the quiet, unassuming woman he has offered to mentor, she knows their paths have crossed before. The question is where? As their worlds collide and the bond between Samuel and Katherine deepens, Viola realises she must take control. If Viola is right, then Katherine needs to pay for something that happened twelve years ago.

Perfect for fans of Louise Jenson and Katerina Diamond


Katherine is an aspiring author and has wanted to write since she was a little girl. With little support for her writing she goes to a week long writing seminar where she meets famous author Sam Morton who offers to  mentor her. It seems everyone in this group of people is hiding something Katherine in particular. While The Pupil starts a little slower it builds to a reveal I didn’t expect. I thought this book would be totally different than it was but I’m glad it was, it made for a more interesting book. While most of the people in Katherine’s life seem to be not that great, from her unsupportive husband and mother to the fake famous author, it’s the relationship between Katherine and Viola that caught my attention and this is where the book started to really get going for me. Dawn Goodwin’s writing is very detailed and neat which made for a good read.





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Dawn’s career has spanned PR, advertising and publishing. Now, she loves to write about the personalities hiding behind the masks, whether beautiful or ugly. Married, she lives in London with her two daughters and a British bulldog called Geoffrey.


Twitter: @DGoodwinAuthor

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