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When her best friend Billie is found murdered, eleven-year-old Thera - fearless and forthright - considers it her duty to find the killer. Aided by a Ouija board, Billie's ghost, and the spirits of four other dead girls, she's determined to succeed. The trouble with Thera, though, is that she doesn't always know when to stop - and sometimes there's a fine line between doing the right thing and doing something very, very bad indeed. Tense, visceral and thought-provoking, Dead Girls is the new novel from Abigail Tarttelin, the critically acclaimed author of Golden Boy.
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MAX WALKER - BLUE-EYED BOY OR GIRL NEXT DOOR? 'Terrific. A poignant, brave and important book. - S J WATSON 'A gripping read. Tarttelin is a natural storyteller' MATT HAIG 'Tarttelin broaches the topic of intersexuality bravely, describes the crim...
"Abigail Tarttelin is a fearless writer." —Emily St. John Mandel, author of the National Book Award finalist, Station Eleven From the critically acclaimed, award-winning author of Golden Boy comes Abigail Tarttelin's debut novel, w...
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Terrific. A poignant, brave and important book -- S J Watson, author of <i>Before I Go to Sleep, </i>on <i>Golden Boy</i> Sometimes brutal, often tender, and always compelling -- Emily St. John Mandel, author of <i>Station Eleven, </i>on <i>Golden Boy</i> Gripping. Tarttelin is a natural storyteller -- Matt Haig, author of <i>The Humans</i> and <i>How to Stop Time</i>, on <i>Golden Boy</i> Harriet the Spy is all grown up - and readying herself to take on the darkness of the adult world. This somehow manages to combine mystery, thriller, horror, and a lovely elegy to lost friendship . . . Completely unforgettable -- Emma Flint, author of <i>Little Deaths</i> Feminist, bold, shocking, packed with little epiphanies -- Shelley Harris, author of <i>Jubilee </i>and <i>Vigilante</i>
A resident of Hackney, Abigail enjoys karaoke, Netflix, tea, learning languages, women-fronted rock bands, and kickarse female characters. Dead Girls is her third novel. Her second novel Golden Boy, published in 7 languages to date, was a recipient of a 2014 American Library Association ALEX award for stories with special importance for teen readers, as well as a finalist for the Best Debut LGBT Fiction LAMBDA Award in the same year.