A Tidy Ending
A Tidy Ending
30 March, 2023
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'Devastating, deceptive and darkly funny' SARAH WINMAN
'It had me holding my breath!' MARIAN KEYES
'I loved this novel. It was perfection. Highly recommend' CECELIA AHERN
'A stupendous novel... complicated, dark, funny and very human' FERN BRITTON
Linda lives a nice, normal life, on a nice, normal street with Terry, her perfectly ordinary husband.
Linda's not like everyone else, she keeps herself to herself. But she's good at solving puzzles and there are times she sees things other people might have overlooked.
Because nothing on Cavendish Avenue is quite as it seems. People have started to go missing in the neighbourhood and Linda will soon discover that some secrets can't stay buried forever...
'Genuinely haunting' THE TIMES, Thrillers of the Year
'A curtain-twitching, darkly funny tale with a gloriously sinister twist' OBSERVER
'Joanna Cannon creates a world that is so real, so parochial and stifling... Then adds in a killer. Glorious' JANE FALLON
'Not just a twist-laden mystery, but a keenly observed slice of life. Her best yet' CLARE MACKINTOSH
'A darkly funny and delightfully sinister read' MAIL ON SUNDAY
'Compelling... combines pathos with lovely flashes of humour and a wholly unexpected ending' GUARDIAN
'Jo's writing is as delicate and precise as tapestry and Linda is a character you'll never forget' JILL MANSELLReaders are LOVING this book:
'I couldn't get Linda out of my head'
'Left me reeling'
'I was completely wrong-footed'
'Compellingly creepy, with precisely observed characterisation... combines pathos with lovely flashes of humour and a wholly unexpected ending' Guardian
'Devastating, deceptive and darkly funny. Classic Cannon' Sarah Winman
'Original, macabre... intriguing, it had me holding my breath!' Marian Keyes
'Cannon's shrewd characterisation, sparky observations and subtly menacing plot makes this a darkly funny and delightfully sinister read' Mail On Sunday
'Meticulously plotted and darkly comic... a masterclass in misdirection [that] offers a deliciously satisfying denouement' Observer
'Genuinely haunting' The Times
'Written with warmth and wit... not just a twist-laden mystery, but a keenly observed slice of life. Her best yet' Clare Mackintosh
'A stupendous novel... complicated, dark, funny and very human' Fern Britton
'A dark, creepy domestic noir' Sun
'Entertaining and dark' Stylist
'A genuinely funny, and moving, novel about a serial killer... Cannon's version of suburbia is wonderfully creepy and claustrophobic... Linda is still tugging at my heart strings a little, days after finishing' Observer
'I literally put the light on in the middle of the night in order to carry on reading it. Compelling, sinister, brilliantly written, it is a complete triumph' Katie Fforde
'Cleverly structured, building up to shocking and ingenious revelations' Sunday Express
'Joanna Cannon creates a world that is so real, so parochial & stifling you can feel it. Then adds in a killer. Glorious' Jane Fallon
'A compellingly crafted, darkly funny and compulsive read, full of twists... a joy and a triumph' Rachel Joyce
'Jo's writing is as delicate and precise as tapestry and Linda is a character you'll never forget' Jill Mansell
'Dark and moreish' i paper
'One heck of a read' Love Reading
Joanna Cannon's first two novels, The Trouble with Goats and Sheep and Three Things about Elsie, were both Sunday Times bestsellers and Richard and Judy picks. She worked as a hospital doctor before specialising in psychiatry, and lives in the Peak District with her family and her dog.
|Number Of Pages||432|
|Item Weight||280 g|
|Product Dimensions||129 x 198 x 27 mm|