Little Black Lies (Paperback)Sharon Bolton (author)
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'A dark and haunting thriller. It creeps under your skin and doesn't let you go' Paula Hawkins, author of The Girl on the Train
What's the worst thing your best friend could do to you?
Admittedly, it wasn't murder. A moment's carelessness, a tragic accident - and two children are dead. Yours.
Living in a small island community, you can't escape the woman who destroyed your life. Each chance encounter is an agonizing reminder of what you've lost - your family, your future, your sanity.
How long before revenge becomes irresistible?
With no reason to go on living, why shouldn't you turn your darkest thoughts into deeds?
So now, what's the worst thing you can do to your best friend?
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 496
Weight: 335 g
Dimensions: 198 x 127 x 31 mm
Bolton's haunting storylines, vivid characters, and just plain great writing put her in the top tier of psychological thriller writers * LINWOOD BARCLAY *
Addictive... leaves you guessing until the last line. This tear-jerker novel is one of the year's must reads * Daily Express *
Claws at your heart. An ever creeping sense of dread rises from every page * Daily Mail *
A well-crafted cat's cradle of lies and betrayals, but what makes this book special is Bolton's vivid depiction of the place itself, whether it be the wildlife or the claustrophobic nature of human existence on a small island. * Guardian *
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