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  • Neill writes with verve, honesty and breathtaking insight. Utterly unputdownable

    Helen Walsh, author of The Lemon Grove
  • The Good Girl raises all kinds of contemporary issues with wit and sensitivity

    Times
  • Clever, grown-up and totally gripping

    Lisa Jewell
  • A topical, tense and addictive read

    Good Housekeeping
  • Tapping into the issues of the day . . . this is a novel made for heated book club debates

    Stylist
  • The Slummy Mummy columnist is back - this time, somewhat incongruously, with a psychological thriller. The Good Girl looks set to be the next Gone Girl, with its dark compelling exploration of family secrets. It tells the story of the relationship of two teenagers and their families when a chain of events leads to a scandal that affects them all. A confronting look at the way that one moment of malice on social media can spiral out of control.

    Seven Books to Read, House Seven
  • Neill takes a light scalpel to online disaster in this exceptional dual-narrative

    Grazia
  • Cracking

    Prima
  • Two families become embroiled in each other's lives and long buried secrets are unravelled. Contemporary issues are tackled here with both humour and realism, making for an engrossing read

    My Weekly
  • Sometimes touching, sometimes shocking... this cautionary coming-of-age tale is a thought-provoking one

    Daily Mail

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