Tag: Thriller

Keep It Secret Cover Reveal!

Hello from sunny Hampshire!

Well, the countdown has begun, my latest novel, a psychological thriller called Keep it Secret will hit Amazon this Sunday, and I’m so excited to share it with you! To keep you going until release day, I thought it would be fun to let you have a sneak peak at the cover and book description.

A deadly attack. A shameful past. To protect her daughter, she’ll unearth her darkest secrets.

After surviving a tormented childhood, Isabel Cormack dedicated her life to protecting the defenceless. When a deadly encounter threatens to tear her from her adopted daughter and bipolar sister, she vows to take her secret to the grave. But when footage of her home is broadcast nationwide, she’s faced with a slew of threatening notes and the uneasy feeling that someone haunts her footsteps.

To protect her daughter and vulnerable sister, she vows to uncover the stalker’s identity. On her search for clues, a dark figure from her past emerges as a terrible reminder of the pain she’s caused those she loves most. No longer able to outrun her past, Isabel must confront her deepest regrets to save her family and give herself one last shot at redemption.

Keep it Secret is the second standalone novel in a pulse-pounding series of psychological thrillers. If you like gripping suspense, true-to-life characters, and unbreakable family bonds, then you’ll love Sam Vickery’s powerful tale of loss and redemption.




So, what do you think? Let me know in the comments, and if you’re signed up to my reader list, you’ll be the first to hear when it goes live this Sunday!

Lots of love,


Cover Reveal for One More Tomorrow!

I am so excited to finally share this with you. Cover design is, for me, one of the most challenging aspects of creating a book. You have to convey so much within a carefully chosen image and a couple of words, enough to show the reader what’s in store for them if they pick it up.

With One More Tomorrow, I wanted the tag-line to elude to the depths of emotion within this story of love, loss, and heartache. I wanted the reader to know, just by those few words how much my lead character Roxy wants to be a mother, how intensely she is prepared to fight for her dream.

As much as we are told never to judge a book by its cover, the truth is, that is exactly what we do.

So, here goes:


What do you think?

One More Tomorrow will be out at the end of May.  Make sure you sign up to my newsletter to be the first to hear about it!

Lots of love,

Sam Vickery

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