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September 12, 2016


I am very pleased to be doing the blog tour for THE PERFECT GIRL GILLY MACMILLAN. I love doing blog tours for authors.


To everyone who knows her now, Zoe Maisey – child genius, musical sensation – is perfect. Yet several years ago, Zoe caused the death of three teenagers, convicted of driving underage and under the influence.

After an imperfect trial and long juvenile detention, she’s served her time, now she’s free.

Zoe’s new story begins with her giving the performance of her life, witnessed by her second chance family. By midnight, her mother is dead.

Deftly told over two days, The Perfect Girl is compelling, claustrophobic and intricate exploration into the mind of a teenager burdened by brilliance, and a past that she cannot leave behind.


The Perfect Girl by Gilly MacMillan is the exceptional new psychological thriller from the acclaimed author of Burnt Paper Sky, which I loved reading too.  About The Perfect Girl,  Zoe Maisey is a gifted piano player. Zoe Maisey and Lucas Kennedy play Brahms, Debussy, Chopin, Listz & Scarlatti at a concert in a church. Zoe was giving the performance of her life, by midnight her mother is dead. A tragic car accident. Zoe was just a kid, and definitely the driver, driving drunk. A grave mistake Zoe is breathalysed confirmed she was well over the limit.  Front passenger dead at the scene. Rear passenger left side dead at the scene. Rear right side passenger transferred to hospital and died. She shows off with her piano and lives in a mansion like nothing never happened. Gilly MacMillan got the idea for this book when she was told a true story about a teenage girl that came from a good family. But one night she caused the death of one teenager and severely injured another. I look forward to what thriller Gilly MacMillan will write about next.





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