Little Deaths is a “stunning” debut by Emma Flint. A single mother becomes the primary suspect when her children are reported missing by her estranged husband. The rush to judgement is hastened by the fact that she has been leaving her children while seeing other men. Only a fledgling reporter asks if there is more than meets the eye. This is a “psychologically resonant crime novel that effortlessly transcends genre” (Jeffrey Deaver).
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