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Perfect Little Children by Sophie Hannah

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Also by Sophie Hannah:

Perfect Little Children, February 2020
Hardcover
The Next to Die, February 2019
Hardcover
Keep Her Safe, September 2017
Hardcover
Closed Casket, June 2017
Paperback
A Game for All the Family, April 2017
Paperback
Closed Casket, September 2016
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A Game for All the Family, June 2016
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Woman With A Secret, April 2016
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Woman with a Secret, August 2015
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The Warning, July 2015
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The Orphan Choir, February 2015
Paperback
The Carrier, January 2015
Hardcover
The Monogram Murders, September 2014
Hardcover
Little Face, October 2008
Paperback (reprint)

Perfect Little Children
Sophie Hannah

The New York Times bestselling author of The Monogram Murders and Woman with a Secret returns with a sharp, captivating, and expertly plotted tale of psychological suspense.

William Morrow
February 2020
On Sale: February 4, 2020
336 pages
ISBN: 0062978209
EAN: 9780062978202
Kindle: B07RSRL6WW
Hardcover / e-Book
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Suspense Psychological

All Beth has to do is drive her son to his soccer game, watch him play, and then return home. Just because she knows her ex-best friend lives near the field, that doesn’t mean she has to drive past her house and try to catch a glimpse of her.

Why would Beth do that and risk dredging up painful memories? She hasn’t seen Flora for twelve years. She doesn’t want to see her today—or ever again. But she can’t resist. She parks outside the open gates of Newnham House, watches from across the road as Flora arrives and calls to her children Thomas and Emily to get out of the car.

Except . . . There’s something terribly wrong. Flora looks the same, only older. Twelve years ago, Thomas and Emily were five and three years old. Today, they look precisely as they did then. They are Thomas and Emily without a doubt, but they haven’t changed at all. They are no taller, no older. Why haven’t they grown? How is it possible that they haven’t grown up?

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