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Publisher Description

THE MUST-READ PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER THAT WILL CHILL YOU TO THE BONE

Can we ever escape our past?

Annie's mother is a serial killer. And the only way Annie can make it stop is to hand her in to the police.

Now with a new foster family and a new name - Milly - she's hoping for a fresh start.

But as her mother's trial looms, the secrets of Milly's past won't let her sleep . . .
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The Sunday Times bestseller and Richard & Judy Book Club Pick

'Could not be more unputdownable if it was slathered with superglue' Sunday Express

'You'll read this outstanding book holding your breath' Prima

'The new Girl on The Train' Cosmopolitan

'An astoundingly compelling thriller. Beyond tense' Matt Haig

'Original and compelling - a sensational debut' Clare Mackintosh, bestselling author of I Let You Go

'Utterly compelling, extraordinary, breath-taking' Joanna Cannon, author of The Trouble with Goats and Sheep

GENRE
Crime & Thrillers
RELEASED
2017
January 12
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Books Ltd
SIZE
2.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Stevencrane ,

Creepy & Sinister!

A brilliant physiological thriller written in first person mode from the point of view of a young girl.
I read it in three days, despite being very busy! An awesome read.

Turbulent Mind ,

An Additional Thought

The fact that the author’s fantastic book is in other languages other than English, all telling the terrible story of eternal pain. Fantastic. You will go far.

poetsofthefall ,

Started well, became repetitive and predictable

I hate it when I choose a booked based on the next big thing. In this case, 'The next Girl on the Train'. This book had huge potential, daughter of a serial killer mother and how she would handle temporary adoption whilst she awaits her mothers trial date. As it it went on the talking in her head to her mother became repetitive, predictable and boring. She was no way near the psycho the reader wanted her to be and the characters and story really lacked depth. The ending seems to have been rushed and I'm surprised it ended where it did.

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