7 October 2021
London, 1965. An unworldly young woman believes that a charismatic psychotherapist has driven her sister to suicide. “Fun and funny, sly and serious, a beguiling literary game.” DAVID SZALAY | “A novel of mind-bending brilliance.” HANNAH KENT | “A thrilling investigation into the nature of sanity and identity.” ALICE O'KEEFFE, THE BOOKSELLER | "A wonderful book … at times laugh out loud funny." ARABELLA WEIR
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