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Title:
Lonely Girl
Written by:
Lynne Vincent McCarthy 
Read by:
Eleanor Ryan 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
9 hours 25 minutes 
Published:
July 01 2019 
Available Date:
July 01 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9780655609506 
Genres:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Mystery 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan Australia 
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Longlisted Ned Kelly Award / Best First Fiction 2019

An isolated young woman accidentally runs down and badly hurts a suspected killer. Terrified for her life, she locks him in her basement. And then she decides to keep him ...

This voice is something else, it belongs to her as surely as the things in this room do. It’s one thing Ana has always known about herself. She can be cruel. In the shadow of a mountain in small-town Tasmania, a woman named Ana is watching the clock, marking the days until she ends her life. The strange, reclusive daughter of the local pariah, that’s how people will remember her, when they remember her at all. No one will mourn her, she reasons, not really. Not even her faithful dog River. The only thing she’s waiting for is the opportunity. But then, on the very day she planned to end it all, the police find the body of local woman Rebecca Marsden. And for Ana, that changes everything. Because Ana was the last person to see Rebecca alive. Because Ana thinks she knows who killed her. And because Ana has decided to keep him for herself …

'Lonely Girl is dark, disturbing and utterly compelling. Lynne Vincent McCarthy has created a unique protagonist in Ana, and an atmospheric story that will keep you [listening] long into the night.'
Emma Viskic, internationally bestselling author of And Fire Came Down

'... a book with mood, tension and atmosphere breathing from every line.'
The Big Smoke