The Flower Girls: Signed Edition (Hardback)
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The Flower Girls: Signed Edition (Hardback)

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Hardback 352 Pages / Published: 24/01/2019
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Waterstones Says

A brilliant psychological thriller that’s been an instant hit with our booksellers – Helen at our Scarborough branch calls it ‘a suspenseful, almost unbearably tense read’ – The Flower Girls is fast generating a wild-fire word-of-mouth buzz. Astonishingly assured in its telling, it’s a story packed with shock-factor plotting and plenty of unexpected twists to keep the pages turning.

 

Signed edition. A standard edition is available here.

Three children went out to play. Only two came back.

The Flower Girls. Laurel and Primrose. One convicted of murder, the other given a new identity. Now, nineteen years later, another child has gone missing. And the Flower Girls are about to hit the headlines all over again...

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
ISBN: 9781526613257
Number of pages: 352
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

'Tense, intriguing and memorable. I couldn't put it down.' - Sophie Hannah

'Chilling, atmospheric and incredibly compelling. Excellent.' - Will Dean, author of Dark Pines

'Dark, suspenseful and utterly chilling.' - Lisa Ballantyne, author of The Guilty One

'Phenomenal. A deep and clever exploration of a dark subject. I've never read anything quite like it.' - Fiona Mitchell, author of The Maid's Room

'I was completely hooked! The Flower Girls is dark and unsettling, with complex characters that drew me in from the very beginning. It was an utterly absorbing read, with a clever twist at the end, as well as a few unexpected moments throughout.' - Elle Croft, author of The Guilty Wife

'I finished The Flower Girls last night and I'm still reeling. A brilliant, thought-provoking read.' - Francesca Jakobi, author of Bitter

'This was as dark and gripping as I hoped it would be. But it's also something else: about justice, rehabilitation and hope.' - Anna Mazzola, author of The Unseeing

'Every bit as brilliant as I thought it would be. Twisty, sinister and heartbreaking. Such beautiful writing; so, so dark. Prepare to be fully disturbed.' - Cressida McLaughlin, author of The House of Birds and Butterflies

'Compulsive, creepy and chilling, it will keep you guessing as it races towards a haunting climax.' - Annabel Kantaria, author of Disappearance

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“A brilliant premise”

Laurel and Rosie, two young sisters who tortured and killed 2 year old Kirstie Swann have become infamous as The Flower Girls. One was sentenced to prison, one was deemed too young and given a new life, now Laurel is... More

Hardback edition
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“Dark, tense and unputdownable”

This is a suspenseful, almost unbearable tense read. The story flips between the present and 15 years ago, and I found myself invested in both storylines, trying to guess at the ending to both.

This was the first... More

Hardback edition
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“Playing Games”

This is a very well written book that explores both the nature of family but also the nature of obsession. Dealing not only with the murder of a child but the disappearence of another, the aftermath for the parents... More

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