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House of horrors: Girl A, by Abigail Dean, reviewed

16 January 2021

9:00 AM

16 January 2021

9:00 AM

Girl A Abigail Dean

HarperCollins, pp.336, 14.99

If the last quarter of 2020 saw a glut of novels published, of which there were winners (Richard Osman) and losers (in a just world, Piranesi would still be at number one), January is a less frenzied time for new writers to launch. Even so, there are often hyped and hot new books — among which this year Girl A is one.

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