Love You to Death

Gina Blaxill


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13 April 2023
ISBN: 9780702325434
400 pages

From the publisher

"A brilliant, page-turning thriller that explores toxic love and obsession. I couldn't put it down." - Ravena Guron, author of This Book Kills. "I absolutely loved it. It's so compelling and twisty and turned all my expectations upside down." - Andreina Cordani, author of Dead Lucky A dark, twisty YA thriller exploring obsession, stalking and toxic love that keeps you guessing to the very end . . . Someone is obsessed with Mia Hawkins. She's felt their gaze on the back of her neck. She's heard their footsteps, walking home in the dark. She's glimpsed a shadowy figure and the flash of a camera. Mia doesn't know Jade. But Jade knows everything about Mia. In fact, she's turned herself into Mia's doppelganger, from her long brown hair to the minute details of her outfits. She's so convincing that when Jade's body is found by the cliffs, everyone believes it's Mia. But Mia can't work out why anyone would imitate her - or why they'd end up dead. As life as she knows it is decimated, she is left with no idea who to trust . . . or if she will be the next one to die. A heart-racing YA thriller with hints of You, Single White Female and Hitchock's Vertigo Perfect for fans of Holly Jackson, Karen M. McManus, Cynthia Murphy and Kathleen Glasgow Told with Gina Blaxill's trademark smart, feminist angle and a deftly crafted web of vivid characters PRAISE FOR YOU CAN TRUST ME: "Gina Blaxill weaves together a dark and engrossing tale that will grip readers from start to finish." Ann Sei Lin, author of Rebel Skies "Brilliantly twisty and intense!" Kat Ellis, author of Wicked Little Deeds "It asks us to look at ourselves. You won't be able to put it down until the tense final pages let you go." Bryony Pearce, author of Little Rumours