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Grace is Gone : The gripping psychological thriller inspired by a shocking real-life story, Hardback Book

Grace is Gone : The gripping psychological thriller inspired by a shocking real-life story Hardback



A heart-stopping new psychological thriller from international bestseller, Emily Elgar, inspired by a shocking true-life story'Grips to the very last page - a tense, twisted tale' T.M.

Logan, bestselling author of THE HOLIDAY'I was completely hooked' Heidi Perks, bestselling author of NOW YOU SEE HER *****Meg and her daughter Grace are the most beloved family in Ashford, the lynchpin that holds the community together.

So when Meg is found brutally murdered and her daughter missing, the town is rocked by the crime.

Not least because Grace has been sick for years - and may only have days to live. Who would murder a mother who sacrificed everything, and take a teenager away from the medication that could save her life?

Everyone is searching for an answer, but sometimes the truth can kill you . . . *****Read what everyone is saying about Grace Is Gone:'Addictive reading, definitely a page turner' Goodreads reviewer, five stars'A genuine page-turner based on real events, and the twists keep coming . . . Would thoroughly recommend this to anyone who likes a good thriller and most of the important characters are women!! So a definite plus' NetGalley reviewer, five stars'This book was a real hoot . . . There was a lot of joy discovering along the way all the ways the author subverts and flushes out the banality of real life.

I was sad when it was over' NetGalley reviewer, five stars


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