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The Missing Years by Lexie Elliott
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Sep 08, 2020 | ISBN 9780399586989

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“The whip-smart Ailsa’s descent into terror and confusion as the Manse begins to have its effect on her is played out beautifully…this manages to be both uncannily creepy and grounded in the true horror of human evil.”The Guardian

“Elliott follows up her well-reviewed debut, The French Girl, with an equally atmospheric novel that keeps the reader intrigued and off-balance all the way through.”Booklist 

“Begins with a Gothic hint that rapidly segues into a suspenseful thriller with a breathless twist of denouement.”New York Journal of Books

Praise for The French Girl

The French Girl commands attention. The author provides the perfect dose of character development before unveiling eerie details from her cast’s past, ensuring that we’re properly unnerved when their lives begin to unravel.”–The Associated Press

“A gripping mystery that delves into the past and the darker side of friendships, this book will have you questioning everything you think you know.”–Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of The Perfect Stranger

Additional praise for Lexie Elliott

“Scottish debut novelist Elliott, who holds a doctorate in theoretical physics from Oxford, launches a fiction-writing career with a smart, suspenseful thriller.”–Booklist

“An astonishing psychological thriller.”–Fresh Fiction

“You shouldn’t have any trouble picking up Lexie Elliott’s debut novel, The French Girl. It comes with a warning, though, because you will definitely have trouble putting it down.”–Richmond Times-Dispatch

“The shifting dynamics within the group will keep the reader guessing until the end. First novelist Elliott has done a phenomenal job of combining a whodunit with a Big Chill vibe.”–Library Journal (starred review)

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