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A secret no one dared whisper…


Little Cruelties by Liz Nugent

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Also by Liz Nugent:

Little Cruelties, November 2020
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Lying in Wait, March 2019
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Lying in Wait, June 2018
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Little Cruelties
Liz Nugent

Gallery/Scout Press
November 2020
On Sale: November 10, 2020
352 pages
ISBN: 1501189689
EAN: 9781501189685
Kindle: B084G9KNFB
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Thriller Psychological | Fiction

All three of the Drumm brothers were at the funeral.

But only one of them was in the coffin.

William, Brian, and Luke: three boys, born a year apart, trained from birth by their wily mother to compete for her attention. They play games, as brothers do…yet even after the Drumms escape into the world beyond their windows, those games—those little cruelties—grow more sinister, more merciless, and more dangerous. And with their lives entwined like the strands of a noose, only two of the brothers will survive.

Crisply written and quickly paced, perfect for fans of breathtaking suspense, Little Cruelties gazes unflinchingly into the darkness: the darkness collecting in the corners of childhood homes, hiding beneath marriage beds, clasped in the palms of two brothers shaking hands. And it confirms Liz Nugent—whose work has invited comparisons to Patricia Highsmith and Barbara Vine and has been celebrated as "captivating" (People) and "highly entertaining" (The Washington Post)—as one of the most exciting, perceptive voices in contemporary fiction.

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