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A Kind of Vanishing by Lesley Thomson

A spellbinding mystery of obsession and guilt, this is also the poignant story of what happens to those left behind when a child vanishes without trace. "This is a completely gripping book, both as a psycho-social study and as a psychological thriller." - Morning Star Paperback: 352 pages Size: 129mm x 198mm
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It is the summer of 1968, the day Senator Robert Kennedy is shot. Two nine-year-old girls are playing hide-and-seek in the ruins of a deserted village. Alice has discovered a secret about Eleanor Ramsay’s mother, and is taunting the other girl. When it is Eleanor’s turn to hide, Alice disappears. Years later, an extraordinary turn of events opens up shocking truths for the Ramsay family and all who knew the missing girl. "Lesley Thomson’s engaging writing style skilfully explores the obsession and the sense of guilt, hope and despair, trust and mistrust that will fill the lives of all the people who once knew the girl who disappeared. A masterful exploration of human feelings that is paired with an equally masterful description of the settings that form the background to this gripping story.  Full of unexpected twists, this is a crime story that will leave you wondering until the end whether a crime has, in fact, been committed at all." - Book After Book Paperback: 352 pages Publisher: Myriad Editions (2 Jan. 2014) Language: English ISBN: 978-0-956559-93-7 Size: 129mm x 198mm
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ISBN 978-0-956559-93-7
Manufacturer Myriad
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