OPTIONED FOR NETFLIX BY OZARK'S JASON BATEMAN AND MICHAEL COSTIGAN, FORMER PRESIDENT OF RIDLEY SCOTT'S PRODUCTION COMPANY
AN OBSERVER THRILLER OF THE MONTH
A SUNDAY TIMES CRIME CLUB PICK: 'Magnificent', Mark Sanderson
A NEW YORK TIMES NEW & NOTEWORTHY READ
A GRAZIA BOOK OF THE YEAR
A WOMAN & HOME PICK
A WATERSTONES WEEKEND READ
A CRIMEREADS MOST ANTICIPATED BOOK OF 2020
'Clear your diary - you won't want to put this haunting novel down' SJ WATSON
'Totally engrossing' WILL DEAN
'A heartrending page-turner' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'Relentless tension until the shock of the final reveal' HARRIET TYCE
Alexa Wú is a brilliant, darkly self-aware young woman whose life is manipulated by a series of alternate personalities.
One woman, many selves. But which one is telling the truth?
Only three people know.
Her best friend
When her best friend falls into danger, Alexa is drawn into London's criminal underbelly to save her.
But will this lead to self-discovery, or to self-destruction?
The dark suspense story of the mind that will hook you in and keep you guessing - perfect for fans of Emma Stonex's The Lamplighters, Sarah Pinborough's Behind Her Eyes and A M Homes' In a Country of Mothers.
FURTHER PRAISE FOR THE EIGHTH GIRL
'Magnificent', Mark Sanderson, Sunday Times Crime Club
'The second I finished... I went back to the beginning and read it again: I defy anyone else to do otherwise' Alison Flood, Observer, Thriller of the Month
'Gripping' Grazia, Book of the Year
'It's been picked up by Netflix, so read the original now before it hits your TV screen' Women & Home
READERS LOVE THE EIGHTH GIRL
'This was an exciting thriller that started off as a literal rollercoaster and never slowed down'
'A dizzying thriller with a satisfying ending'
'With so many twists and turns, this book left you guessing and wondering what was true and who or what to believe!'