The Colour of Bee Larkham's Murder by Sarah J. Harris

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We’re giving 5 reading groups each 10 copies of The Colour of Bee Larkham’s Murder! Perfect for fans of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and My Name is Leon, this debut adult novel by Sarah J. Harris is described by Elle as ‘this season’s page-turner.’

Once your group has read the book, we’d love to hear what you think. Tweet us at @HarperCollins using #BeeLarkham or share your reviews online.

About the book: Jasper is not ordinary. In fact, he would say he is extraordinary…

Synaesthesia paints the sounds of his world in a kaleidoscope of colours that no one else can see.
But on Friday, he discovered a new colour – the colour of murder.

He’s sure something has happened to his neighbour, Bee Larkham, but no-one else seems to be taking
it as seriously as they should be. The knife and the screams are all mixed up in his head and he’s
scared that he can’t quite remember anything clearly.

But where is Bee? Why hasn’t she come home yet? Jasper must uncover the truth about
But where is Bee? Why hasn’t she come home yet? Ja
that night – including his own role in what happened…

*Closing date: 25th May

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