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Nothing can break the bond between sisters ...When Beatrice gets a frantic call in the middle of Sunday lunch to say that her younger sister, Tess, is missing, she boards the first flight home to London. But as she learns about the circumstances surrounding her sister's disappearance, she is stunned to discover how little she actually knows of her sister's life - and unprepared for the terrifying truths she must now face. The police, Beatrice's fiance and even their mother accept they have lost Tess but Beatrice refuses to give up on her. So she embarks on a dangerous journey to discover the truth, no matter the cost.

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  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 126 x 196 x 26mm | 281.23g
  • Little, Brown Book Group
  • LondonUnited Kingdom
  • English
  • 0749942010
  • 9780749942014
  • 78

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For years Rosamund Lupton has been a script writer for the BBC. She lives in London with her husband - a doctor - and two children. Sister is her debut novel.

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Customer reviews

It's a good read, enjoyable and keeps you guessing, even though I lost interest in some parts for a few moments, facts seem to be overly detailed in parts of the book which in my opinion affected the tight structure and the flow. Overall well written and recommendedshow more
by mona abed algani
I really liked it even though it took me a fair while to actually finish itshow more
by Leonie Hemelaar
I bought this book because it seemed everyone was giving it rave reviews. HOWEVER, I have read better crime more
This was great for the first 3/4! However, I found the ending a bit incredulous and unrealistic- in saying that, the good bits made up for the bad!show more
by Laura Wilson
I enjoyed the first part of this book; sharing in Beatrice's trauma and search for truth...couldn't put it down for half the day! However the story style gets draggy and I felt that the twist to the ending became incredulous did not quite gel with the initial more
by Michelle D