Dead Girls (häftad)
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Dead Girls (häftad)

Dead Girls

Häftad Engelska, 2019-01-10
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It's 1999 and Thera Wilde is NOT a victim . . . From the award-winning author of Golden Boy, Dead Girls tells a story of Girl Power, murder and revenge. 'Tarttelin is a natural storyteller' Matt Haig A quiet community is shocked by the murder of an eleven-year-old girl. As police swarm the village, fear compels parents to keep their children indoors. Unbeknown to her Mum and Dad, though, one girl roams free. That girl is Thera Wilde. Thera was the murdered girl's best friend. Together they were unstoppable and, even alone, Thera is not afraid: it's 1999. Girls can do anything. And Thera reckons she can find the killer before the police do. 'Sometimes brutal, often tender, and always compelling' Emily St. John Mandel, author of Station Eleven, on Golden Boy
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