My Little Eye
By Stephanie Marland and Stephanie Broadribb
The thriller with the twists you'll never see coming! Perfect for fans of The Cuckoo's Calling, Angela Marsons and Robert Bryndza. Can a group of true crime addicts take on the police to catch a serial killer?
The first novel in what promises to be a riveting new series, My Little Eye is a one-sitting read: gripping, clever and worryingly plausible. - Mick Herron
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Can a group of true crime addicts take on the police to catch a serial killer?
KISS THE GIRLS AND MAKE THEM DIE...
A young woman is found dead in her bedroom surrounded by rose petals - the latest victim of 'The Lover'. Struggling under the weight of an internal investigation, DI Dominic Bell is no closer to discovering the identity of the killer and time is running out.
As the murders escalate, Clementine Starke joins an online true crime group determined to take justice in their own hands - to catch the killer before the police. Hiding a dark secret, she takes greater risks to find new evidence and infiltrate the group.
As Starke and Bell get closer to cracking the case neither of them realise they're being watched. The killer is closer to them than they think, and he has his next victim - Clementine - firmly in his sights.
Perfect for fans of Sweet Little Lies, Friend Request and Follow You Home. The thriller with twists you'll never see coming!
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'My Little Eye is an enthralling, intriguing and twisty tale for all of us armchair detectives who think we know it all.' Liz Nugent, author of Lying In Wait and Unravelling Oliver
'A masterclass in pacing & such an original take on the serial killer thriller.' - Eva Dolan, author of This Is How It Ends
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What readers are saying about My Little Eye:
'This book is AMAZING!!!' Goodreads
'Easily one of my favourite reads this year so far.' - Goodreads
'My Little Eye is a bang on psychological thriller of the most addictive kind.' Goodreads
'Beautifully paced writing that had me speeding through every chapter at a rate of knots. Easily one of my favourite reads this year so far.' Goodreads
Stephanie Marland has worked in the University sector for over ten years and published research on how people interact and learn together in virtual environments online. She's an alumni of the MA in Creative Writing (Crime Fiction) at City University London, and an avid reader of all things crime fiction, blogging about books at www.crimethrillergirl.com. Steph also writes the Lori Anderson action thriller series (as Steph Broadribb) for Orenda Books, the first book Deep Down Dead is out now.
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02 Nov 2017
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My Little Eye is an enthralling, intriguing and twisty tale for all of us armchair detectives who think we know it all. — Liz Nugent, author of LYING IN WAIT and UNRAVELLING OLIVER
The first novel in what promises to be a riveting new series, My Little Eye is a one-sitting read: gripping, clever and worryingly plausible. — Mick Herron
Ingeniously plotted and perfectly chilling, Marland knows how to ratchet up the tension and keep her readers balancing on the edge. A dark, mysterious thriller with characters you can't wait to meet again. I loved it. — Susi Holliday, author of THE DEATHS OF DECEMBER
A masterclass in pacing & such an original take on the serial killer thriller — Eva Dolan, author of This Is How It Ends
A clever, twisting, nightmare-inducing read, I couldn't put this one down — Chris Whitaker, author of ALL THE WICKED GIRLS
This is a multi-layered, gripping read steeped in authenticity that will keep you up at night. — Catherine Ryan Howard, author of DISTRESS SIGNALS
My Little Eye should be a contender for anyone's book of the year - it's certainly one of mine. It's fresh, original, has a rip-roaring plot and is totally addictive. In Clementine Starke and Dominic Bell, Marland has created intriguing lead characters to rival the best in crime fiction. — David Young, author of STASI WOLF
A fabulous new book from a very talented writer. My Little Eye is an original, twisty take on the serial killer thriller. Deftly plotted, authentic and creepily plausible. I won't look at rose petals in the same way ever again... — Amanda Jennings, author of THE CLIFF HOUSE
An original and compelling take on the serial killer story. — Rod Reynolds, author of BLACK NIGHT FALLING