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  • Highly recommended

    I really enjoyed Paul Tomkins’s The Girl on the Pier, which is a high-class psychological thriller. The story works on many levels, slowly building to a thrilling conclusion, and is littered with believable characters and lovely details and descriptions. It’s the kind of book you want to read again as soon as you’ve finished, to pick up on all the things you’ve missed. Highly recommended.

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  • Interesting, Enjoyable

    As I am originally from Brighton ,I enjoyed the locations in this book . It was cleverly plotted ,keeping you guessing .

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  • A real treat!

    Really well written, the story draws you in without you realising it. At first it seems a little slow-moving, but stick with it as you are being gently led to the final twists and reveal, which I definitely did NOT see coming. A worthy read,

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  • The girl on the pier

    A young boy is abandoned by his mother and his father dies a few years later. being abandoned becomes a lifelong issue

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  • The Girl on the Pier

    It was an okay story but I found the way it was written made it hard to get into. Constantly in the present, the past, the middle. It's the 1st book I've read by this author so I don''t know if it's his style or was only for this book. Didn't leave me wanting to read another of his.

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