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What my sister knew

Title
What my sister knew / Nina Laurin.
Author
Laurin, Nina
Publication
New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2018.

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Details

Description
371 pages; 21 cm
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Psychological fiction.
  • Thrillers (Fiction)
  • Thrillers (Fiction).
  • Fiction.
Call Number
JFD 18-3829
ISBN
  • 1455569046
  • 9781455569045
LCCN
2018935574
OCLC
1005568927
Author
Laurin, Nina, author.
Title
What my sister knew / Nina Laurin.
Publisher
New York : Grand Central Publishing, 2018.
Edition
First edition.
Type of Content
text
Type of Medium
unmediated
Type of Carrier
volume
Summary
"...currently wanted by the police. If you know anything about the suspect's whereabouts, please call..." I look up at the TV screen, and my twin brother's face is splashed across it, life-size. It's a shock that makes my breath catch. This is my brother as an adult, my brother who I last saw fifteen years ago after the fire that killed our parents, covered in soot, clutching a lighter in his hand, his knuckles stark white against the dirt and ash. Everyone always said he'd grow up to be a heartbreaker. But his face has gone gaunt instead. The stubble on his cheeks and chin is patchy, and his eyes look dull and dark. My first thought is that it's not him. Not my beautiful brother, the golden boy who everyone loved. Yet, deep down, I've always known this would eventually happen. What did you do this time, Eli? What the hell did you do?
When Addie looks at the TV screen, her twin brother's face is splashed across it. She last saw Eli fifteen years ago after the fire that killed their parents, covered in soot, clutching a lighter in his hand, his knuckles stark white against the dirt and ash. Her first thought is that it's not him, not the golden boy who everyone loved. She has to ask: What did you do this time, Eli? What the hell did you do? -- adapted from back cover
Research Call Number
JFD 18-3829
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