The Playdate

The Playdate

Book - 2012
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Suzy and Callie live close to each other on a typical cramped, anonymous London street. Neighbours seem to move in, and move on, before you have even learned their names. Callie's increased sense of alienation leads her to try to befriend a new resident on her street, Debs. But Debs is anxious, odd. You wouldn't trust her with your child - especially not if you knew anything about her past.
Publisher: London : Pan Books, 2012.
ISBN: 9781447208440
Branch Call Number: FIC Milla
Characteristics: 403 pages ; 24 cm.

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susan3946
Mar 13, 2015

A completely surprising read.
Millar characterizes a group of acquaintances, clearly products of their time and place.

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cheadlebeagle
Oct 09, 2012

I thought this was an engrossing story with a twist at the end. I really enjoyed it and could not put it down. It is an easy read but quite compelling. Look forward to more from this author.

lisa1616 Sep 06, 2012

I thought it was very suspenseful with a twist near the end that I never saw coming! An easy read but a good story nonetheless!

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dcafk
Aug 15, 2012

Don't bother.

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booktigger
Jun 04, 2012

A great psychological thriller that was hard to put down.

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