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Can’t-Wait Wednesday: This Nowhere Place by Natasha Bell.


Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Wishful Endings based on Waiting on Wednesday that was created and run by Breaking the Spine where each Wednesday you get to showcase a book that you are really looking forward to and that has yet to be released. 

This week I’ve chosen:

This Nowhere Place by Natasha Bell.

‘That’s the thing about our town: people only come here if they’re going somewhere else.’

One grey afternoon, high on the cliffs of Dover, two girls agree to help a stranger.

Within months, two of the three girls are dead.

In the years that follow, local legend grows around the events of that summer – and, with the one survivor refusing to speak, it seems the truth will never emerge. Until a documentary-maker arrives, determined to solve the mystery of the Dover Girls.

But some will stop at nothing to keep this town’s secrets…

I think that this sounds like an atmospheric thriller with plenty of buried secrets that will be unearthed during the story and like a book that I will really enjoy.

This Nowhere Place by Natasha Bell is published in the UK by Michael Joseph and scheduled for release on March 18th, 2021.

About Natasha Bell.

Natasha Bell grew up in Somerset and studied English Literature and Theatre at the University of York and Mount Holyoke College, before moving to Chicago to take an MA in the Humanities. Over-educated and entirely unemployable, she spent her twenties in York writing TV listings and working as a barista and a projectionist. She recently completed an MA in Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths and now writes full-time from her home in south-east London.

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