Major publisher HarperCollins is looking to release the nail-biting My Husband's Secrets in May, hot on the heels of Louise's successful debut, The Lake.
That proved a hit after its publication last March, gaining favourable reviews and four-and-a-half stars on Amazon.
Louise is putting the finishing touches to her follow-up now, but is already working on the next novel and on a collaboration with another writer.
“I've been editing my second novel, My Husband's Secrets," she said. “It's another thriller, about domestic intrigue and why a good person does bad things, and the threat that exists in families."
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