We’ve had such a brilliant week across both the adult and children’s side this week.
The novel went through a rigorous selection process, and came out as one of six titles to be picked as part of Britain’s biggest Book Clubs. Richard said of the novel: “What a gripping story of tragedy, remorse, guilt and revenge. It’s all here in C.L. Taylor’s psychological page-turner and it’ll keep you guessing right up to the end. It certainly did me; with seven guests staying at a remote island hotel, seven secrets between them and one of them intent on killing, this book is a cat’s cradle of false leads and dead-ends.”
Judy said of the novel: “If you read this scintillating novel in bed, don’t be surprised if, like Anna, you have trouble getting off to sleep…”
Sleep is also making an appearance at Tube stations all over London:
— Madeleine Milburn (@agentmilburn) September 25, 2019
— Fiona Barton (@figbarton) September 23, 2019