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Final Girls by Riley Sager

On August 18, 2017

By Sophia Whitfield

Quincy, Sam, Lisa all share one horrible experience. They are the sole survivors of three separate killing sprees, linked by their shared trauma. The media calls them the Final Girls.

When Lisa dies in mysterious circumstances and Sam shows up unannounced on Quincy’s doorstep, Quincy becomes suspicious. Sam is unhinged from her experience and Lisa dead, only Quincy seems to have moved on, but has she? Is her partner Jeff and her food blog all a pretense to cover the real grief she feels, or has she truly recovered from her trauma?

Sam brings back memories she has long wanted hidden. As Sam’s stay becomes more prolonged, Quincy begins to wonder – can she really trust a Final Girl?

A thriller that will keep you gripped until the final page. You can buy the book here in Australia and here in the UK.

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