Good Bad Girl
The Queen of Twists, bestselling author of Daisy Darker and Rock Paper Scissors, Alice Feeney returns with another gripping mystery filled with drama and her trademark surprises in Good Bad Girl.
'One of the best psychological thriller writers' - The Sun
Sometimes bad things happen to good people, so good people have to do bad things . . .
Twenty years after a baby is stolen from her push-chair, a woman is murdered in a care home. The two crimes are somehow linked, and a good bad girl may be the key to discovering the truth.
Edith may have been tricked into a nursing home, but at eighty-years-young, she’s planning her escape. Patience works there, cleaning up mess and bonding with Edith, a kindred spirit. But Patience is lying to Edith about almost everything.
Edith’s own daughter, Clio, won’t speak to her. And someone new is about to knock on Clio’s door . . . and their intentions aren’t good.
With every reason to distrust each other, the women must solve a mystery with three suspects, two murders, and one victim. If they do, they might just find out what happened to the baby who disappeared, the mother who lost her, and the connections that bind them . . .
'An author you need to check out' - Harlan Coben
PRAISE FOR ALICE FEENEY
'I was totally hooked from the first sentence' – Peter James, author of the Roy Grace series.
‘Compelling, confounding and absolutely delicious' – Lisa Jewell, bestselling author of The Family Upstairs
'I was on the edge of my seat the whole time' – Taylor Jenkins Reid, author of Daisy Jones and the Six
Daisy Darker is clever, compelling, confounding and absolutely delicious.
Lisa Jewell on Daisy Darker
Wow! Echoes of Christie's And Then There Were None but turned into something wonderfully original and wrapped in a genuinely creepy dysfunctional family fairy tale of a novel, this takes Feeney to the next level. LOVED IT!
Sarah Pinborough on Daisy Darker
Wow, I absolutely loved it. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time. It was an absolute thrill
Taylor Jenkins Reid on Daisy Darker