Publish date: May 10th 2012
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Mystery Thriller
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
Also appears on The Book Lantern. A compelling, brutal and heart-breaking story about identity, infamy and revenge, from debut author Tanya Byrne. Shortlisted for the CWA John Creasey (New Blood) Dagger 2012.They say I'm evil. The police. The newspapers. The girls from school who sigh on the six o...
So I strolled into town last week to run some errands. And happened to find myself in the book store. This is kind of naughty. I should have been spending money on groceries, not literature. However, I went in there with the honourable intention of simply buying a gift but of course came away with a...
You can read more of my reviews at Queen of ContemporaryI haven’t read many crime/mystery novels before and so this was a bit of an experiment for me. I’m very pleased to say that I’m most likely going to be reading more novels in the genre because I loved Heart-Shaped Bruise.Heart-Shaped Bruise is ...
What a beautiful and evocative first novel from this author - Having finished it a very short time ago I am attempting to write this review whilst still slightly tearful and to me that is pretty much the best compliment I could pay. In its pages you will find the "diary" of Emily Koll, a young girl ...
When Archway Young Offenders Institution is closed down, a notebook is found - the notebook of Emily Koll, one of the most notorious inmates, who was all over the news for the offence that landed her in prison - but what exactly is Emily's secret?I was drawn to this book by the darkness of the synop...
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