Missing Rose

Missing Rose

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It was the day when everything stopped...At quarter past two on a hot summer afternoon, Anna's beautiful, headstrong older sister Rose disappears. And Anna was the last person to see her. Their parents, Rose's friends, the police - no-one can find where Rose has gone or who might have taken her. Twenty years later, Rose is still missing. Anna is the only one who still believes she might be alive, and unable to take control of her own life while her sister's disappearance remains unsolved, she begins to hunt for the truth herself. But the search for Rose will uncover secrets she is not prepared for...This is the compelling novel from the Costa Award-winning author. Originally published in hardback as Quarter Past Two on a Wednesday Afternoon.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 400 pages
  • 127 x 195 x 26mm | 278g
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Black Swan
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0552773824
  • 9780552773829
  • 834,920

About Linda Newbery

As a child Linda Newbery was a secret writer, filling exercise books with stories which she hid in her wardrobe. Now she is a published author of over forty books, mainly children's and teenage fiction. She has been shortlisted for many prestigious literary prizes and has won the Costa children's book award. Linda lives in an Oxfordshire village and enjoys yoga, gardening, walking and the cinema.show more

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"Scary, intriguing, I love it very much." -- Simon Mayo, Radio 2 Book Clubshow more

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"Scary, intriguing, I love it very much."show more

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320 ratings
3.48 out of 5 stars
5 15% (47)
4 37% (117)
3 35% (111)
2 11% (35)
1 3% (10)
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