Broken Flowers (Paperback)Kate McQuaile (author)
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Publisher: Quercus Publishing
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 224 g
Dimensions: 196 x 128 x 32 mm
Broken Flowers is both twisty and empathetic. I love how Kate McQuaile's two unreliable narrators each vie for sympathy, and how, in a battle for psychological survival, no one tells the whole truth, even to themselves * Isabelle Grey *
A gripping family tale, moving easily from seventies London to the present day, chock full of twists and turns * Andrea Carter *
Broken Flowers is a dark, propulsive novel that had me hooked from the first line. No one does twisted families like Kate McQuaile * Jack Jordan *
A narrative that moves between 1970s London and today, a decades-old mystery, family secrets and a very flawed narrator - I loved this * Emma Flint *
Everything you want in a thriller * Emma Flint, author of Little Deaths *
A fast-paced read * Prima *
A twisty tale * Good Housekeeping *
Elegant, clever and totally convincing * Sunday Mirror *
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