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My Sister's Bones: 'Rivals The Girl on the Train as a compulsive read' Guardian

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Nuala Ellwood

Narrated By: Imogen Church, Sally Scott

Publisher: Penguin Books LTD

Date: February 2017

Duration: 11 hours 41 minutes


Penguin presents the unabridged, downloadable audiobook edition of My Sister's Bones by Nuala Ellwood, read by Imogen Church and Sally Scott.



Kate Rafter is a successful war reporter. She's the strong one. The one who escaped Herne Bay and the memories it holds. Her sister Sally didn't. Instead, she drinks.

But when their mother dies, Kate is forced to return to the old family home. And on her first night she is woken by a terrifying scream.

What secret has Kate stumbled upon?
And is she strong enough to uncover the truth . . . and make it out alive?

'A gripping rollercoaster ride of a thriller' Christobel Kent, author of The Loving Husband

'Twists and turns until the last page' Tammy Cohen

'A stunning book. Compelling, unsettling and powerful this is a book that will stay with me for a long time.' C. L. Taylor

'Nuala Ellwood has created a tale that is gripping, engrossing and surprising at every turn. I loved it' Rowan Coleman

'An accomplished and page-turning thriller. It twists and turns in so many directions it's impossible to guess where it's going next' Nicholas Searle, author of The Good Liar

'Loved I Let You Go and Behind Closed Doors? My Sister's Bones is guaranteed to be this year's most twisty and twisted read - you'll never see what's coming!' Ava Marsh, author of Untouchable

'Ellwood's protagonist Kate is a female hero in the best sense, flawed but brave' Helen Callaghan, author of Dear Amy

'My Sister's Bones is a tense, atmospheric, deliciously dark story' Amanda Jennings, author of In Her Wake

'A twisty psychological thriller. I raced through it in one sitting!' Lucy Atkins, author of The Other Child

'This book is amazing - harrowing and compelling' Luana Lewis


  • Julie B

    The story was very slow to start with but also leaving me guessing right up to the very end the huge twist , The narrator of one of the sisters was frustrating to me for most of the book , but by the end I was used to her and glad I stuck it out .

  • Maree Badgery-parker

    Very entertaining with lots of twists and great characters!

My Sister's Bones: 'Rivals The Girl on the Train as a compulsive read' Guardian

by Nuala Ellwood

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My Sister's Bones: 'Rivals The Girl on the Train as a compulsive read' Guardian, Nuala Ellwood