We All Begin As Strangers (Hardback)Harriet Cummings (author)
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If you loved THE TROUBLE WITH GOATS AND SHEEP by Joanna Cannon, ELIZABETH IS MISSING by Emma Healey and THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY by Rachel Joyce, you'll adore this wonderful British debut novel.1984, England
Someone is slipping into homes through back doors and open windows in the village of Heathcote. What's more, the perpetrator knows everything about everyone - leaving curious objects in their homes, or taking things from them.
When beloved Anna goes missing, the whole community fears she's been kidnapped.
But as the villagers search for Anna, it's their own darkest secrets they're desperate to keep hidden...
Inspired by real events, and with a brilliant cast of characters, WE ALL BEGIN AS STRANGERS is a beautiful debut novel you'll want to recommend to everyone.
Praise for WE ALL BEGIN AS STRANGERS:
'A dazzling debut... Beautifully plotted, fantastically written and compellingly strange' - DAILY MAIL
'I can see why it has been compared to THE TROUBLE WITH GOATS AND SHEEP as it has such a warm but heartbreaking feel to it' - Kate, Amazon reviewer
'A book about community and how trusts can be so easily broken' - WRITING.IE
'Explores ideas of loneliness and longing' - THE i NEWSPAPER
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 556 g
Dimensions: 168 x 235 x 31 mm
Praise for WE ALL BEGIN AS STRANGERS by Harriet Cummings, a beautiful debut novel you'll want to recommend to everyone - for fans of Joanna Cannon, Rachel Joyce and Jessie Burton:
Wonderful... Full of surprising twists, right up until the final revelations
A dazzling debut... Beautifully plotted, fantastically written and compellingly strange * DAILY MAIL *
A great summer read... Suspense, plot twists and drama make this an exciting read to the very end * THE POOL *
Explores ideas of loneliness and longing * The i Newspaper *
I so enjoyed WE ALL BEGIN AS STRANGERS. No 'characters' in sight - just meticulous, tender, complex portraits of people * Emylia Hall, author of THE BOOK OF SUMMERS *
I was reminded of William Golding's 'The Lord of The Flies'... A book about community and how trusts can be so easily broken * WRITING.IE *
Cummings' talent as a writer is unarguably remarkable, and her future in the literary arts looks bright * THE PLATFORM *
Skilfully and satisfying done... It's a good story well told. * TRING LIVING *