Crime Stack: Sally Hepworth, Darling Girls

For the September Crime Stack, Pan Macmillan Australia has kindly offered 20 copies of Darling Girls, the thrilling page-turner by New York Times bestselling author Sally Hepworth about sisterhood, secrets, love, and murder:

It’s not just secrets buried at Wild Meadows. For as long as they can remember, Jessica, Norah, and Alicia have been told how lucky they are. Rescued from family tragedies and raised by a loving foster mother on an idyllic farming estate, they were given an elusive second chance of a happy family life.

But their childhood wasn’t the fairy tale everyone thought it was. And when a body is discovered under the home they grew up in, the foster sisters find themselves thrust into the spotlight as key witnesses. Or are they prime suspects?

Sally Hepworth is the author of nine novels, including The Good Sister and The Soulmate. Drawing on the good, the bad, and the downright odd of human behaviour, Sally writes incisively about family, relationships, and identity. Her domestic thriller novels are laced with quirky humour, sass, and a darkly charming tone. They are available worldwide in English and have been translated into twenty languages.

The Crime Stack is a benefit for Sisters in Crime members. Every month there are 20 books to win in a random draw of members.

Join now and be in the running for a complimentary paperback copy of Darling Girls.