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This is How it Ends

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This is How it Ends is the work of Eva Dolan, one of finest new voices in British crime fiction today. It tells the tale of Molly and Ella, two campaigners in London, where property developers are alevelling entire neighbourhoods left, right and centre to make way for luxury flats that will stand empty. It’s a cause worth fighting for, but when a man ends up dead in the lift shaft in the block Molly lives in, has the campaign gone a little too far? Who is he, and what’s his connection to Ella? You’ll be gripped at the edge of what’s true and what’s fake among Dolan’s brilliantly rendered characters and setting. Read the review here.


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