Lake Child (Paperback)Isabel Ashdown (author)
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Set in a remote valley town in the heart of Norway's ancient fjords, LAKE CHILD centres on the mystery of 16-year-old Eva Olsen, as she wakes after an accident and finds herself confined to the attic room of her family's forest home.
When a young Norwegian woman wakes from an accident robbed of her most recent memories, she trusts her parents' advice that she must stay confined to her attic bedroom while she recuperates. But when Eva decides the time has come to break free of their caring incarceration, she discovers a world of secrets and lies, and a journey to discover her true identity begins.
If you loved THE TOP OF THE LAKE, SHARP OBJECTS and THE SINNER, you'll love this multi-layered, atmopsheric thriller about a small town hiding multiple secrets.
Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
Number of pages: 304
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
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What a fantastic, gripping read. I read the first 50% in one sitting.
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