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It's been twenty years since Lindsey has seen her best friend Rachel. Twenty years since she has set foot in Thornbury Hall - the now crumbling home of the Bagenal family - where they spent so much time as teenagers. Since Patrick Bagenal's 18th birthday party, the night everything changed . . . for good.It's time for a reunionPatrick has decided on one last hurrah before closing the doors of his family home for good. All of the old crowd, back together for a weekend.For the secrets to come outIt's not long before secrets begin to float to the surface. Everything that Lindsey shared with her best friend at sixteen . . . and everything that she didn't . . .
Praise for Karen Perry --
- The book is beautifully written, with just the right balance of teasing the reader with clues and hitting them with revelations Best Crime Fiction of 2015, The Telegraph on The Boy That Never Was
Like Gone Girl . . . It's the most gripping thing I've read for ages Evening Standard
A truly remarkable novel ...Written in a captivating, lyrical style and brilliantly structured, the story grips your heart from the first pages and simply never lets go Jeffery Deaver
This is an intense and subtle story with some wonderfully poetic passages and a character driven plot which becomes more compelling as the sense of momentum gathers and the true version of events is slowly revealed. Gripping stuff Sunday Mirror
Girl Unknown is one of the most richly satisfying psychological thrillers of 2016, a book that hooks the reader from the first page The Irish Independent
Publication date: 30/11/2017
|Publication date:||30th November 2017|
|Genres:||eBook Favourites, Thriller / Suspense,|
|Categories:||Thriller / suspense, Crime & mystery,|
Karen Perry is the pseudonym for Paul Perry and Karen Gillece. Paul Perry is the author of a number of critically acclaimed books including The Drowning of the Saints, Goldsmith's Ghost, 108 Moons, The Orchid Keeper, and most recently The Last Falcon and Small Ordinance. A winner of The Hennessy New Irish Writer of The Year Award, he is a Lecturer in Creative Writing for Kingston University, London, Writer Fellow for University College Dublin and Course Director in Poetry for the Faber Academy in Dublin. Author photo © Edmund RossMore About Karen Perry