Book: The Unravelling - Children can be very very cruel by Thorne Moorecategories: Book, Crime, Psychological, Children, Madness, 1960s, Domestic Noir Thriller
Thorne Mooreabout this book: When an apple rolls into a drain, for some reason Karen Rothwell suddenly finds herself remembering a girl she knew 35 years before. The little angel, Serena Whinn.
Serena was Karen's idol when she was ten, so why has Karen never thought about her, since? Whatever happened to her? Karen will never be able to be at peace until she finds out. But then, Karen is so damaged by something that happened in her past, it may be that nothing will ever give her peace. As it turns out, none of the girls she knew at school are any happier or settled. All could be damaged even more if Karen deeper. Or, perhaps, they could be set free. Whatever the result, she must find Serena Whinn, and that means a return to the place of her childhood and a dive into a past so dark she might never surface.
• "...excellently executed chilling, psychological suspense." — Christoph Fischer
• "...a wonderful layering of the fragility of sanity." — Judith Barrow
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