33 Women (Paperback)
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33 Women (Paperback)

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Paperback 352 Pages / Published: 26/11/2020
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Ashdown’s thriller about sisters reunited at their mother’s death and a clandestine women’s commune that operates nearby combines deft plotting and shocking twists with skilfully crafted characters.

When sisters Celine and Pip get a call telling them their reclusive mother has died, the women are reunited at her riverside home in Arundel to pick up the pieces. But someone is missing - their middle sister, Vanessa, brutally murdered years ago and the victim of an unsolved case.

As the sisters confront ghosts from the past, the discovery of another body in similar circumstances throws new light on Vanessa's death.

Could there be more to her case than the police first thought?

And what do the mysterious residents of Two Cross Farm, the neighbouring women's commune, have to do with it?

What secrets are lurking behind their locked gates?

And what is the significance of the number 33?

Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
ISBN: 9781409178958
Number of pages: 352
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 28 mm


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'33 Women is an atmospheric, captivating invitation into a dark world. I loved the persistent, suffocating beat of menace that simmered behind each sentence. Highly recommended!' - Robin Morgan Bentley, author of The Wreckage

'Although I hate the word 'unputdownable', it's the only way to describe this tour de force from Isabel Ashdown. A long-dead sister, a secretive community of women, a family reunited by a death... the perfect ingredients for a tale that skilfully weaves past secrets and current crimes into a shocking denouement.' - Alison Belsham, author of The Embalmer

'An unexpectedly timely novel about searching for your true self in an isolated world. With that rare thing, a twist I genuinely never saw coming.' - Araminta Hall, author of Imperfect Women

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“Excellent”

This is a brilliant read.
Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start.
Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believable.
Great suspense and action with wonderful world... More

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“An unusual storyline”

When a murder takes place which seems similar to how their sister died Celine and Pip, with the help of an ex police officer, start to investigate
What is the connection?
An unusual storyline with interesting... More

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“A gripping read”

Sisters Pip and Celine are determined to finally discover who killed their sister Vanessa in 2005 and they are now especially sharply focused as a body of a woman has been found in similar circumstances in 2019. Both... More

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