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A compelling, heartbreaking and hopeful book for fans of Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine, Jennifer Niven and Holly Jackson. In the unremarkable town of Amberside, the unthinkable has happened: Terrorists have attacked a local festival. No one knows why, and no one knows who the attackers are, but that doesn't matter. What matters first is survival. And what matters after that is survival, too. In this brilliantly written account of hope, humour and humanity, five ordinary teenagers are caught up in a truly extraordinary situation. It's a heart-pounding and gripping account of the fight for survival as the attackers prowl the festival grounds, told from multiple perspectives. This is a book for anyone facing the barrage of bleak reports that fill our newsfeeds and for anyone who needs to see that behind the hate that makes the headlines, there is always love.Show more
**The Sunday Times bestseller** Four friends. One luxury getaway. The perfect murder. ‘Pure adrenaline’ ERIN KELLY ‘An intense thriller’ HEAT ‘A chilling debut, wonderfully paced’ WOMAN AND HOME French Alps, 1998 Two young men ski into a blizzard… but only one returns. 20 years later Four people connected to the missing man find themselves in that same resort. Each has a secret. Two may have blood on their hands. One is a killer-in-waiting. Someone knows what really happened that day. And somebody will pay. An exciting new debut for anyone who loves Ruth Ware, Lucy Foley, and C.L. Taylor ‘An intense, claustrophobic thriller’ Heat magazine ‘A brilliant book with a twist you won’t see coming’ Bella magazine ‘A great, pacy read fans of Lucy Foley will love’ Fabulous magaazine ‘Atmospheric and suspenseful’ Woman’s Weekly ‘I was gripped from start to finish’ Cass Green ‘Chilling and atmospheric’ Roz Watkins ‘Thrilling – I could feel the icy chill blowing through the pages’ Michelle Frances ‘Cleverly plotted’ Allie Reynolds ‘The perfect book to take a stay-cation with!’ Suzy K QuinnShow more
** THE DEBUT NOVEL FROM THE WINNER OF THE COSTA SHORT STORY AWARD ** ** A BBC RADIO 2 BOOK CLUB PICK ** 'A timely and powerfully told tale of a working class community in crisis...a new and exciting voice in fiction' Mike Gayle On an ordinary Saturday morning in 1996, the residents of Nightingale Point wake up to their normal lives and worries. Mary has a secret life that no one knows about, not even Malachi and Tristan, the brothers she vowed to look after. Malachi had to grow up too quickly. Between looking after Tristan and nursing a broken heart, he feels older than his twenty-one years. Tristan wishes Malachi would stop pining for Pamela. No wonder he's falling in with the wrong crowd, without Malachi to keep him straight. Elvis is trying hard to remember to the instructions his care worker gave him, but sometimes he gets confused and forgets things. Pamela wants to run back to Malachi but her overprotective father has locked her in and there's no way out. It's a day like any other, until something extraordinary happens. When the sun sets, Nightingale Point is irrevocably changed and somehow, through the darkness, the residents must find a way back to lightness, and back to each other. * * * * * What early readers are saying about Nightingale Point: 'ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC BOOK!!!! I have been gripped' 'A beautiful and heartbreaking story about working-class people and their lives both before and after tragedy' 'I couldn't put it down...a beautiful story of staying strong when it matters most' 'A triumphant debut...This book pops, fizzes and sparkles to life'Show more
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