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One-hit Wonder

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An emotional, intriguing story from the Number One bestseller of Then She Was Gone

After her number-one single she was never heard of again . . .

Fifteen years later, Bee Bearhorn is found dead in her flat.

Ana Willis always day-dreamed about the exotic half-sister she hadn't seen in years. Now she comes to London to sort through Bee's possessions, only to find a life more surprising and mysterious than even she imagined.

Along with Bee's closest friends, Ana sets out to discover exactly what happened to her half-sister, the one-hit wonder . . .

'A compelling story packed with intriguing characters' The Times

'Written with intelligence, verve and wit . . . a triumph' Hello

'Inventive and moving, with definite charms and a real sense of poignancy' Sunday Times


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Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd

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  • ISBN: 9780141916224
  • Release date: September 27, 2001

EPUB ebook

  • ISBN: 9780141916224
  • File size: 5277 KB
  • Release date: September 27, 2001

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OverDrive Read
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subjects

Fiction Literature

Languages

English

An emotional, intriguing story from the Number One bestseller of Then She Was Gone

After her number-one single she was never heard of again . . .

Fifteen years later, Bee Bearhorn is found dead in her flat.

Ana Willis always day-dreamed about the exotic half-sister she hadn't seen in years. Now she comes to London to sort through Bee's possessions, only to find a life more surprising and mysterious than even she imagined.

Along with Bee's closest friends, Ana sets out to discover exactly what happened to her half-sister, the one-hit wonder . . .

'A compelling story packed with intriguing characters' The Times

'Written with intelligence, verve and wit . . . a triumph' Hello

'Inventive and moving, with definite charms and a real sense of poignancy' Sunday Times


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