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    Playdate

    £18.99
    Lucia went home from school with her new friend Josie for a playdate. Later that evening, Lucia's mother dropped her overnight things round and kissed her little girl goodnight. That was the last time she saw her daughter.
    ISBN: 9781789544077
    AuthorAlex Dahl
    Pub Date01/10/2020
    BindingHardback
    Pages464
    Availability: In Stock

    It was meant to be your daughter's first sleepover.
    Now it's an abduction. Lucia Blix went home from school for a playdate with her new friend Josie. Later that evening, her mother Elisa dropped her overnight things round and shared a glass of wine with Josie's mother. Then she kissed her little girl goodnight and drove home.

    That was the last time she saw her daughter.

    The next morning, when Lucia's dad arrived to pick her up, the house was empty. No furniture, no family, no Lucia.

    In Playdate, Alex Dahl puts a microscope on a seemingly average, seemingly happy family plunged into a life-altering situation.

    Who has taken their daughter, and why?

    'Quickly exerts a grip' Financial Times

    'A tense thriller that felt utterly real' Jane Shemilt

    'Fast-paced and unsettling' Guardian

    'I couldn't put it down' Rachael Blok

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    It was meant to be your daughter's first sleepover.
    Now it's an abduction. Lucia Blix went home from school for a playdate with her new friend Josie. Later that evening, her mother Elisa dropped her overnight things round and shared a glass of wine with Josie's mother. Then she kissed her little girl goodnight and drove home.

    That was the last time she saw her daughter.

    The next morning, when Lucia's dad arrived to pick her up, the house was empty. No furniture, no family, no Lucia.

    In Playdate, Alex Dahl puts a microscope on a seemingly average, seemingly happy family plunged into a life-altering situation.

    Who has taken their daughter, and why?

    'Quickly exerts a grip' Financial Times

    'A tense thriller that felt utterly real' Jane Shemilt

    'Fast-paced and unsettling' Guardian

    'I couldn't put it down' Rachael Blok