The Wicked Girls e Book, Alex Marwood collection, Format Kindle - £0.99

Genuinely disturbing and emotionally unsettling, The Wicked Girls is irresistible (Val McDermid)
Having read it and devoured every page, I really wish I'd written it! It was cleverly plotted and pacy, with all the storylines thundering towards a final, gripping conclusion. I loved it (Elizabeth Haynes)
The Wicked Girls is utterly compelling. It's psychologically rich, complex and masterfully plotted. I couldn't put it down, even when I sensed it was taking me somewhere very dark indeed. I can't wait to see what Alex Marwood comes up with next (Jojo Moyes)
The best thriller I've read since Sister. Taut, gritty and utterly compelling (Lisa Jewell)
Dark, twisty and full of good surprises and insights. Marwood has delivered a compelling debut crime novel (Daily Mail)
This incredible story will play on your mind. Two weeks after I read it, I can't stop thinking about it. The book of the year (The Sun)
I devoured The Wicked Girls over one weekend and loved it. I held my breath during the last few chapters (Erin Kelly)
Thought-provoking read (Star Magazine)
Brilliantly taut psychological thriller. One of the best debuts of 2012 (Bella)
A thrilling story... Fantastic plot and a great read (Irish News)
In The Wicked Girls, debut author Alex Marwood's taut crime story poses bigger questions about tabloid witch hunts and the nature of evil (Good Housekeeping)
If you like dark, twisted stories, I recommend this . . . A thumping good read (Jenny Eclair)
The Wicked Girls is ingenious and original -- a novel that surprises and rewards its readers, delivering a twist of an ending that I never saw coming, then realised it was the only ending that could truly satisfy. Real, chilling, true to its world and its characters. In short, a knock-out (Laura Lippman)
Original, thought-provoking and utterly brilliant (The Sun)
A rundown seaside amusement park provides the backdrop for Marwood's memorable first novel . . . Marwood fills this disturbing thriller with sordid red herrings and brutal reflections (Publishers Weekly)
Absorbing, plausible and unsettling . . . A suspenseful, buzz-worthy novel offering a sure-footed depiction of two women who lost their childhoods (Kirkus Review)
This chilling debut is chock-full of surprises. If Tana French and Gillian Flynn stayed up all night telling stories at an abandoned amusement park, this is awfully close to what they might come up with (Booklist)
Tense, twisty and brimming with revelation, Alex Marwood's The Wicked Girls offers everything you dream for in a suspense novel. Not only does it hold you in its clutches, but it offers pointed and poignant insights into the way we reconcile with our past, and the collective danger of our own insatiable curiosity (Megan Abbott)
A harrowing first novel (New York Times Book Review)
One of the best books I read this year: The suspense keeps the pages flying, but what sets this one apart is the palpable sense of onrushing doom (Stephen King, 'The Best Books I Read This Year', Entertainment Weekly)

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