Who We Were (Paperback)
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Who We Were (Paperback)

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Paperback 448 Pages / Published: 07/05/2020
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'ADDICTIVE' Liane Moriarty, Sunday Times bestselling author of Nine Perfect Strangers 'RIVETING' Jane Corry, Sunday Times bestselling author of My Husband's Wife 'DESERVES TO BE A BESTSELLER' Lisa Ballantyne, Richard & Judy bestselling author of The Guilty One If you looked the other way, should you be punished? Twenty years after they went their separate ways, friends and enemies are coming together for their school reunion. Katy, who is desperate to show that she's no longer the shy wallflower. Annabel, who ruled the school until a spectacular fall from grace. Zach, popular and cruel, but who says he's a changed man. And Robbie, always the victim, who never stood a chance. As the reunion nears, a terrible event that binds the group together will resurface. Because someone is still holding a grudge, and will stop at nothing to reveal their darkest secrets... 'Twisty, compelling, and terrifying realistic' - Lisa Hall 'This bittersweet unravelling of friendships had me hooked from the start' - Caroline England 'A gripping story of cruelty and kindness' - Petronella McGovern 'I loved this book' - Lesley Sanderson 'Ambitious and intricately crafted' - Kate Simants 'Complex, unsettling, and hard to put down' - Jane Holland

Publisher: Profile Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781788164184
Number of pages: 448
Dimensions: 234 x 153 mm
Edition: Export - Export Royal


MEDIA REVIEWS
'A wonderful writer of addictive, Australian stories' -- Liane Moriarty, Sunday Times bestselling author of Nine Perfect Strangers
'Reminds the reader that at the heart of many a seemingly confident adult, there lurks an insecure child. Riveting' -- Jane Corry, Sunday Times bestselling author of My Husband's Wife
'A thrilling and moving read that deserves to be a bestseller' -- Lisa Ballantyne, Richard & Judy bestselling author of The Guilty One
'Twisty, compelling, and terrifyingly realistic' -- Lisa Hall, bestselling author of The Party
'This bittersweet unravelling of friendships had me hooked from the start, guessing and absorbed to the end. Compulsive, riveting, a must read' -- Caroline England, author of My Husband's Lies
'I really loved it. Complex, unsettling, and hard to put down, definitely not a book to read when you're alone' -- Jane Holland, bestselling author of Girl Number One
'A gripping story of cruelty and kindness that asks how much our teenage years shape us' -- Petronella McGovern, author of Six Minutes
'An original, gripping read... I loved this book' -- Lesley Sanderson, author of The Orchid Girls
'Ambitious and intricately crafted... A deliciously dark and relatable tale' -- Kate Simants, author of Lock Me In

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“Don't Miss Out On This Excellent Read!”

Who We Were is a fabulous standalone thriller written under the name of B.M. Carroll and is a gripping novel about the power of childhood cruelty.

Katy Buckley is looking forward to attending her school reunion and... More

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“Deliciously addictive”

Wow, this is exactly my kind of read. What I thought might be a thriller is actually far more of a domestic noir. It's billed as being similar to Liane Moriarty's books, amongst others, and I think... More

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“Creepy and Gripping”

A KILLER TWENTY-YEAR REUNION.
AND YOU'RE INVITED...
Twenty years after they went their separate ways, friends and enemies are coming together for their school reunion. Katy, who is desperate to show that... More

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