The Sunday Girl

Pip Drysdale (Author)


"A gripping psychological thriller."--Daily Telegraph

The Sunday Girl delivers a dramatic thriller for any woman who's ever been involved with a bad, bad man and who knows how it feels to be broken, broken-hearted, and bent on revenge.

Taylor Bishop is hurt, angry, and wants to destroy Angus Hollingsworth in the way he destroyed her. She's got nothing left to lose, so why not shatter his property, his reputation, and his life.

So Taylor consults The Art of War and makes a plan. Then she takes the next thrilling, irrevocable step--one that will change her life forever. Things quickly spiral into a dangerous game of cat-and-mouse, and caught up in the suspense, Taylor isn't sure who's winning.

The Sunday Girl is impossible to put down--fans of Liane Moriarty and Greer Hendricks will devour this twisty psychological thriller of love gone wrong...and revenge done right.

Product Details

$26.99  $24.83
Sourcebooks Landmark
Publish Date
May 19, 2020
6.1 X 1.2 X 9.1 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Pip Drysdale is a writer, actor and musician who grew up in Africa and Australia. At 20 she moved to New York to study acting, worked in indie films and off-off Broadway theater, started writing songs and made four records. After graduating with a BA in English, Pip moved to London where she dated some interesting men and played shows across Europe. The Sunday Girl is her first novel and she is working on a second.


" abrasive thriller that will leave readers with a bit of a burn." - Booklist
"A gripping psychological thriller." - Daily Telegraph
"The Girls Club of psychological thrillers has a worthy new member. " - Herald Sun
"You know that things cannot end well, but you can't turn away or stop reading this gripping novel." - Canberra Weekly
"I was definitely hooked by the sharp, pacy writing and twisty plot of this intriguing psychological thriller." - New Zealand Weekly
"An addictive debut psychological thriller, which explores the darkness of abusive relationships." - New Idea