`A classic twisting mystery from queen of suspense Lisa Hall ... the epilogue delivers a wild twist ... the bond between Anna and Laurel the perfect anchor for the dark investigation' WOMAN'S OWN `Brilliantly plotted...a gripping read' Alice Feeney Bonfire Night.
A missing girl. Anna only takes her eyes off Laurel for a second.
She thought Laurel was following her mum through the crowds.
But in a heartbeat, Laurel is gone. Laurel's parents are frantic. As is Anna, their nanny. But as the hours pass, and Laurel isn't found, suspicion grows. Someone knows what happened to Laurel. And they're not telling. Have You Seen Her is the breath-taking new thriller with a killer twist from bestseller Lisa Hall. Praise for Have You Seen Her: `A classic twisting mystery from queen of suspense Lisa Hall ... the epilogue delivers a wild twist ... the bond between Anna and Laurel the perfect anchor for the dark investigation' WOMAN'S OWN `Brilliantly plotted...a gripping read' Alice Feeney `Relentlessly pacy and brilliantly written, Have You Seen Her is a tense, believable nightmare that you won't be able to put down' Phoebe Morgan `I tore through this to find out what happened.
Twisty, giddy and brilliant. Dramatic from the outset & doesn't let up' Vicky Newham `Couldn't put down Have You Seen Her...
A breathlessly tense and unsettling page-turner that had me guessing right until the last paragraph!' Roz Watkins `a total tension filled thriller that had me racing ahead to find out what happened next...simply one of those books you can't put down, and can't bear to be parted from' Lisa Cutts `SENSATIONAL.
Easiest 5 stars I've given in a long time. This WILL be a bestseller, it is utterly unputdownable' Read and Rated Praise for Lisa Hall: `A dark, compelling read that demands to be read in one sitting.' Sam Carrington `Compelling, addictive... brilliant!' B A Paris
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 02/05/2019
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780008215019