If I Die Tonight (Paperback)A. L. Gaylin (author)
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Number of pages: 400
Weight: 277 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 24 mm
"Quite extraordinarily brilliant...enthralling energy that burns page after page...Alison Gaylin is unquestionably a superb story teller. Her tight grip on descriptive prose and dialogue are quite simply a joy to experience, time and time again... Sharp, witty, furiously paced...If I Die Tonight is a total delight from first word to last and thereby cements A L Gaylin amongst the very best writers around" -- Chris High
"suspense-filled tale that tugs at your heart strings... gripping a shocking final twist...If I Die Tonight is not to be missed" * Peterborough Evening Telegraph *
"About the profound unknowability of teenage boys, the volatility of female desire, the complicated messiness of single parenting and the ferocious power of the social media mob is a crucial text for today, a primer of suburban anxiety, hysteria, hypocrisy and fear. Told with fluency and verve, and with a keen eye for a resonant simile ... If I Die Tonight is a marvellous book." * Irish Times *
"A multi-layered tale that will keep you guessing, and guessing again...slick, smart and surprising, with sinuous twists and turns. Go grab a copy - now!" * Crime Fiction Lover *
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