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    Brilliant! Loved it!

    I love Louise Beech's style of writing and her very beautiful storylines that she has written previously to this, her first venture into psychological crime fiction. It certainly shouldn't be her last, I wholeheartedly adored this book "Call Me Star Girl" and highly recommend it. Atmospheric, haunting and very intriguing, there is just the right amount of plot twists to keep you turning the pages and I was emotionally wrung out by the time we finally reached the fantastic ending. Pregnant Victoria Valbon was brutally murdered in an alley three weeks ago – and her killer hasn’t been caught. Tonight is Stella McKeever’s final radio show. The theme is secrets. You tell her yours, and she’ll share some of hers. What Stella really wants to know, is more about the mysterious man calling the station … who says he knows who killed Victoria, and has proof. The author has a wonderful way of involving all of her excellent characters into the story from the main protagonists to even the fringe players and she really cares about how they are portrayed. I particularly liked reading Elizabeth's story as she recounted how she left Stella as a young child and most interestingly her involvement in recent events. The plot slowly builds up the tension to a dramatic and emotional conclusion that is both creepy and edgy with some very definite disquieting undercurrents. A tale of obsessive, desperate and selfish love when ones needs overpowers all sensibility and when you would do anything to prove your love is absolute, proving just how deadly dark secrets can be! One of the most original storylines I have ever read, I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book, if you're familiar with Louise Beech you'll know she writes from the heart and if you're not, it's time to acquaint yourself with a terrific and emotive author! 5 stars
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