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June 11, 2015



Who is the Lullaby Girl?
Battered, bruised and found washed up on the banks of a remote loch,the lullaby girl doesn’t know who she is or where she is. She doesn’t speak.She only sings a haunting Danish lullaby over and over again.
When her shocking story hits the headlines, the Lullaby Girl is hot news. Everyone wants to know who she is. Strangers donate money for her care, the media are breaking down the door to get to her and the care home she’s in is struggling to cope.
Then, as chilling memories slowly start to resurface, the Lullaby Girl begins to realise that her story isn’t over and she is in moral danger, with a past that is quickly catching up. But she needs to remember why before it’s too late.
As the Lullaby Girl is washed up on the loch, the puzzle remains as to who she is and how she got there. Did she fall off a boat? as there is no public transport for a twenty-mile radius. Rhona a lady takes the Lullaby Girl to her care home where she will be safe  with a big high fence surrounding the home and they only let nice people in. With the girl not speaking she only sings a haunting song Danish lullaby over and over again. eventually the Lullaby Girl gets chilling memories that slowly start to resurface. This is story is taut and tense, lullaby Girl is a mesmerising and powerful psychological thriller.
It’s Summer!
I hope you are soaking up some of this glorious weather. Lullaby Girl is a fantastic summer reads out this month.It will be hitting bookshops this June, make sure to grab a copy to enjoy in the sunshine!

Lullaby Girl by Aly Sidgwick is published by

Black & White Publishing
What magazines are saying
‘Remember Gone Girl anyone?…This debut from Aly Sidgwick is set to do the same.’ (The Best New Authors You Need to Know About Now)

‘A psychologically harrowing study of mental illness, Lullaby Girl is a rather astonishing debut novel. Confident, daring, and constantly uncomfortable, it will keep you on your toes. Definitely worth keeping an eye on where Sidgwick goes from here.’



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  1. I have a copy of this one so your review has just made me even more eager to read it.

  2. I am so glad that I have made you eager to read your copy. Happy reading!

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