by Rosamund Lupton
Editor: Little, Brown Book Group
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Before there was a girl in the Train, before it had passed from young girl, there was Sunday Times bestseller of ten SisterTheir bond by Rosamund Lupton is unbreakableThe truth was unimaginable.When Beatrice receives a horrified call in the middle of Sunday lunch to say that her little sister, Tess, is missing, she rides the first flight back to London.But as she learns about the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of her Tess, she is astonished to discover how little she actually knows about her sister’s life – and ill-prepared for the terrifying truths, which she now faces.The police, Beatrice’s fiancé and even her mother accept that they have lost Tess, but Beatrice refuses to give up on her.As she embarks on a perilous journey to discover the truth, no matter what the costPraise for Sister:”really wonderfulAs compelling as it is elegant, sister exists in this rare place where crime fiction and literature coincide with French’ Jeffery Deaver’ Nicci through Ford Madox Ford.Sister is so well done, so insightful about grief and guilt and blindness’ John O’ Connell, sister of Guardian’ With, Lupton penetrates the very tense ring where the best psychological detective writers spar, her hands raised in a clench victory.Like Kate Atkinson, Patricia Highsmith and Ruth Rendell, Lupton builds expectation not only around the causes and details of the brutal ending of her story, but also around the personality.The two shaking tears and frosty’ crispy’ tears seen from New York Times’ Lupton’s grieving and family guilt are married to a plot executed in complete confidenceLupton’s narrative voice, that’s what maintains this first chic album (on track)”Emma Hagestadt, Independent’ Stunningly implemented from the front page to last, it’s the thriller of more exciting beginnings that I’ve read all year long.Written with the power and panache of a young Daphné du Maurier; It’s terribly good “sister of the daily Mail” Rosamund Lupton seizes as a vice’ Times’ Superb Sunday first novelthe literary equivalent of “scream
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