The Good Girl


By Fiona Neill

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4 reviews

Two families become embroiled in each other’s lives and long buried secrets are unravelled. This is a dark, compelling and controversial novel of one family’s darkest secrets.


09 Feb 2016

Very addictive, exploring many common and topical family issues and concerns.

02 Feb 2016

modern day family problems, secrets, lives & loves.
beware the 'danger' of Facebook.
tale reminded me of Walter Scott's quote "oh, what a tangled web we weave... when first we practice to deceive"

02 Oct 2015

St Regulus Reading Group - This was a very different read on a very topical subject. Two families poles apart, yet both with teenage children with raging hormones and the resulting outcome when facebook and twitter are involved. We enjoyed this book

10 Aug 2015

St Regulus AJ

Teenage hormones abound and the adults have their own issues too. A taught read but, for me, not entirely believable. A good book for book club discussions (and questions are provided too).

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