From the publishers of The Never List comes a brilliantly sharp, clever and hugely enjoyable thriller. You might fight with your mother, Janie Jenkins might have killed hers.
Los Angeles-based Elizabeth Little's work has appeared in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Dear Daughter is her fiction debut. If she isn't writing, she's probably watching Homeland.
"Gone Girl meets Mean Girls" * Glamour * "Dear Daughter has three of my favorite things in a book: a smart, damaged, unstoppable narrator with a slicing sense of humor; needle-sharp writing that brings characters and atmosphere leaping off the page; and a vivid, original plot full of satisfying twists. This is an all-nighter, and the best debut mystery I've read in a long time" -- Tana French "Dark, sharp and witty" -- Emma Hunt & Claire Frost * Sun * "A really gutsy, clever, energetic read, often unexpected, always entertaining. I loved Janie Jenkins's sassy voice and Elizabeth Little's too. In the world of crime novels, Dear Daughter is a breath of fresh air" -- Kate Atkinson "With a narrator so unreliable you suffer from constant seasickness, and the same fizzy sense of the media tracking the case that gave Gone Girl such edge, this is the thriller of the summer... This is so damn good that it's worth going on holiday with someone you hate, just so you can ignore them all week" -- Alexandra Heminsley * The Debrief *