Little Face: A Zailer and Waterhouse Mystery

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Product Details

Price
$17.00  $15.81
Publisher
Penguin Books
Publish Date
Pages
320
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.1 X 0.7 inches | 0.61 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780143114086

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About the Author

Sophie Hannah is the bestselling author of nine novels and is also an award-winning poet. Her Hercule Poirot mystery, the first to be sanctioned by the Agatha Christie estate, was published in 2014. She lives in Cambridge, England, with her husband and two children, and is a Fellow Commoner at Lucy Cavendish College.

Reviews

a The power this novel packs derives from narrators who play fast and loose with what they know. . . . A stunner.a
a"The Boston Globe"
a Few authors play with reality and perception as skillfully as Hannah does. . . . riveting reading.a
a"Mystery Scene"
a [Sophie Hannah] delves successfully into moral quandaries: what does motherhood mean? What should a mother do when she thinks her child is in dangeraespecially if her own family doesnat agree? . . . Itas Aliceas choices and their consequences that make "Little Face" so compelling.a
a"The Washington Post"
The power this novel packs derives from narrators who play fast and loose with what they know. . . . A stunner.
"The Boston Globe"
Few authors play with reality and perception as skillfully as Hannah does. . . . riveting reading.
"Mystery Scene"
[Sophie Hannah] delves successfully into moral quandaries: what does motherhood mean? What should a mother do when she thinks her child is in danger especially if her own family doesn t agree? . . . It s Alice s choices and their consequences that make "Little Face" so compelling.
"The Washington Post"
? The power this novel packs derives from narrators who play fast and loose with what they know. . . . A stunner.?
?"The Boston Globe"

? Few authors play with reality and perception as skillfully as Hannah does. . . . riveting reading.?
?"Mystery Scene"

? [Sophie Hannah] delves successfully into moral quandaries: what does motherhood mean? What should a mother do when she thinks her child is in danger?especially if her own family doesn?t agree? . . . It's Alice's choices and their consequences that make "Little Face" so compelling.?
?"The Washington Post"