Ghost Girl

Ghost Girl

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It is a year since her father's death, but Stella Darnell has not moved on. She still cleans his house every day, leaving it spotless as if he might return. Terry Darnell was Detective Chief Superintendent at Hammersmith police station, and now Stella has discovered an unsolved case in his darkroom: a folder of unlabelled photographs of deserted streets. The oldest photograph dates back to 1966. To a day when Mary Thornton, just ten years old, is taking her little brother home from school in time for tea. That afternoon, as the Moors Murderers are sent to prison for life, Mary witnesses something that will haunt her forever. As Stella inches closer to the truth, the events of that day begin to haunt her too.
Publisher: Head of Zeus, London
ISBN: 9781781858141
Branch Call Number: AF THOM
Characteristics: 2014


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Dec 05, 2015

Strange, confusing. Awkward conversations and so much detail overload. Lots of typos (word orders wrong--maybe because it was printed in Germany). Dates of records show 2012, 1912, 1012 even though story is set between 1966 and 2012. Maybe a person needs to read her other books first to find out if Jack is really as strange as he seems and If Stella has OCD. Intrigued enough to try her other stories.

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