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    Things We Lost in the Fire

    £8.99
    Dark and haunting stories of contemporary Argentina.
    ISBN: 9781846276361
    AuthorMariana Enriquez
    Pub Date04/10/2018
    Pages208
    Availability: In Stock

    'A portrait of a world in fragments, a mirrorball made of razor blades' Guardian

    Thrilling and terrifying, Things We Lost in the Fire takes the reader into a world of sharp-toothed children and young girls racked by desire, where demons lurk beneath the river and stolen skulls litter the pavements. A world where the secrets half-buried under Argentina's terrible dictatorship rise up to haunt the present day, and where women, exhausted by a plague of violence, find that their only path out lies through the flames...

    'The only book that's ever left me afraid to turn out the lights. Mercilessly incisive and deeply creepy' Lisa McInerney, author of The Glorious Heresies

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    'A portrait of a world in fragments, a mirrorball made of razor blades' Guardian

    Thrilling and terrifying, Things We Lost in the Fire takes the reader into a world of sharp-toothed children and young girls racked by desire, where demons lurk beneath the river and stolen skulls litter the pavements. A world where the secrets half-buried under Argentina's terrible dictatorship rise up to haunt the present day, and where women, exhausted by a plague of violence, find that their only path out lies through the flames...

    'The only book that's ever left me afraid to turn out the lights. Mercilessly incisive and deeply creepy' Lisa McInerney, author of The Glorious Heresies

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