Feb 6, 2015

On My Wish List: Can Anybody Help Me? by Sinéad Crowley

Every Friday I'll show you a book from my wish list, a story I would love to read and think you will enjoy as well.

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Online – do you really know who your friends are?
A chilling answer to this question is explored in a gripping psychological thriller from journalist and mother of two Sinéad Crowley.
Struggling with a new marriage, a new country and a new baby, Yvonne turns to Netmammy, an online parenting group, for support. Delighted at the chance to make new friends, she begins to volunteer more and more personal information about herself. Then one of her best online friends disappears. But how can you find out what has happened to somebody you’ve never actually met?
Written by Sinéad Crowley when she was on maternity leave with her first child, “Can Anybody Help Me” explores the friendships that can be made online and the false sense of security that can so easily be created.

“Chilling, riveting and brilliantly written” – Closer Magazine
“Brilliantly original and genuinely scary” – Sunday Mirror
“A gripping, fast paced tale” – The Irish Times
Sinéad Crowley has been working as a journalist for over 20 years and is currently Arts Correspondent with RTE Television in Dublin. “Can Anybody Help Me”, her debut novel was a bestseller in Ireland and shortlisted for Crime Novel of the Year at the Irish Book Awards in 2014. She lives in Dublin with her husband and two young children and is currently working on the second book in the Claire Boyle series.


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