Little Bones

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What to expect

I have three names: I was born Leigh-Ann. I became Cherrie. When I was a child, they called me Little Bones…

An exclusive audiobook-only twist!

Includes audio exclusive podcast interviews read by Raj Ghatak, Lisa Armytage, Jessica Ball, Candida Gubbins, John Sackville and Richard Trinder.

My father was Mr Bones – the notorious serial killer of 25 years ago.
As a child I witnessed his crimes.
Everything is different now. I have a new identity. I’m a mother. I am finally free.
Until that podcast. I should never have listened.
They’re linking a recent disappearance to the crimes of the past.
They know who I am. They’re calling me Little Bones again.
They say I’m a villain but I’m not. I’m a victim.
You believe me, don’t you?

Critics Review

  • ‘A twisty-turny original take on the serial killer thriller. A truly captivating and, at times, chilling read.’ C.J. Skuse, author of Sweetpea

    ‘A twisted, chilling journey to the darkest side of human nature. I burned through Little Bones in a day.’ Chris Whitaker, author of We Begin at the End

    ‘An exciting new voice in thriller fiction. Little Bones is a gripping read!’ Sarah Pinborough, author of Behind Her Eyes

    ‘Wow – this deftly plotted, twisty – and twisted – thriller got under my skin and chilled me to the bone! Excellent from the first page until the last. This is a debut not to be missed.’ Sam Carrington, author of The Open House

    ‘Darkly addictive and creepy as hell, Little Bones lingers long after the last page.’ Jane Isaac, author of Hush Little Baby

    ‘One of the best books I’ve read in a long time. Fantastic characterisation, gripping plot and totally unexpected twists and turns. This is the golden triangle – plot, pace and character, all together. Loved it!’ Suzy K Quinn, author of Don’t Tell Teacher

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