Call Me Star Girl

Louise Beech (Author)

Product Details

Orenda Books
Publish Date
November 01, 2019
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About the Author

Louise Beech's debut novel How To Be Brave was a Guardian Readers' Choice for 2015, and The Mountain in My Shoe was shortlisted for Not the Booker Prize. The Lion Tamer Who Lost was shortlisted for the RNA Most Popular Romantic Novel Award in 2019.


"As twisty and deadly as barbed wire, this book will leave you breathless." --Erin Kelly, author, He Said/She Said
"A complex and layered tale that charmed me as a much as it traumatised me. An atmospheric, haunting and beautifully written page turner!" --C. L. Taylor, author, The Missing
"Noirish psychological thriller with fascinating, disturbing characters. Compelling, twisty, and seriously addictive. EXCELLENT." --Will Dean, author, Red Snow
"It's a slow burn at first until it twists and turns at a head-staggering rate to a devastating climax. Original, moody and totally gripping." --Claire Allan, author, Her Name Was Rose
"A change in direction of genre but one that pays off--it effortlessly retains Louise's inimitable voice. A thriller with heart, passion and twists that will surprise even the most astute readers." --John Marrs, author, The One
"Louise Beech blasts into the world of thriller writing with this moody and tense tale. With secrets, lies and plenty of twisty turns, it's story is dark and it's setting eerie and evocative. Definitely one where you might look over your shoulder more than once while reading!." --Fionnuala Kearney, author, The Book of Love
"Beech has used her unique flair and constructed a crime fiction story that will have you frantically turning the pages until you get to the end." --Michael Wood, author, The Hangman's Hold
"An original story and beautifully written, so atmospheric . . . Dark, mesmerising and utterly devastating." --SJI Holliday, author, Black Wood
"It's EXTRAORDINARY--tense, twisted and utterly compelling, written with such raw beauty and unflinching honesty." --Miranda Dickinson, author, Somewhere Beyond the Sea