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The Book Club

The Book Club

‘I raced through it – edgy, tense’ HARRIET TYCE, AUTHOR OF BLOOD ORANGE

‘I loved this book – tightly plotted, edge-of-seat gripping’ SOPHIE HANNAH, AUTHOR OF HAVEN’T THEY GROWN
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EVERYONE IS HIDING A SECRET. ONE OF THEM IS MURDER.

The book club was her idea, of course.

It was her way into our group. A chance to get close.

I knew from the day she arrived that she couldn’t be trusted.

And I was right.

Alice didn’t come to the village for peace and quiet.

She came for revenge.
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‘I for one am terrified of the woman next door!’ LOUISE CANDLISH, AUTHOR OF OUR HOUSE

‘Dark, twisty, claustrophobic’ JO SPAIN, AUTHOR OF SIX, WICKED REASONS

‘Gripping’ LISA BALLANTYNE, AUTHOR OF THE GUILTY ONE

Midsomer Murders meets Desperate HousewivesCATH WEEKS, AUTHOR OF FRIENDS DON’T LIE

‘Page-turning’ CAROLINE ENGLAND, AUTHOR OF BETRAY HER

‘Addictive’ ALISON BRUCE, AUTHOR OF I DID IT FOR US

‘Irresistible . . . twist upon twist’ CATRIONA MCPHERSON, AUTHOR OF GO TO MY GRAVE
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

On Sale: 1st October 2020

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781472129673

Reviews

A fabulous, page-turning read! Beautifully written and I loved the humour . . . Highly recommended!
Caroline England
A dark, twisty, claustrophobic read. I love those locked room novels (albeit locked village in this case!) . . . A thrilling psychological debut
Jo Spain
Intuitive and addictive - a great debut
Alison Bruce
Intricately plotted, this gripping thriller is written with great style and has a host of wonderful characters to be loved and hated in equal measure
Lisa Ballantyne
An irresistible slow descent into darkness, with twist upon twist upon twist. C.J. Cooper's page-turner debut kept on surprising me right to the end. Brava!
Catriona McPherson
Smart, sassy . . . Midsomer Murders meets Desperate Housewives. Immensely entertaining, the growing sense of menace - of 'where have I seen you before?' - grips and chills in equal measures. An excellent confident debut!
Cath Weeks
I raced through it - edgy, tense and wry with great foreshadowing. No one has ever asked me to join a book club - now I think it's for the best!
Harriet Tyce
Just finished The Book Club and I for one am terrified of the woman next door!
Louise Candlish
I loved this book - tightly plotted, edge-of-seat gripping and likely to make you want to avoid book groups for the foreseeable future!
Sophie Hannah