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Dark, disturbing and deliciously twisty, Reptile Memoirs is a biting and brilliant exploration of the cold-bloodedness of humanity - perfect for fans of Gillian Flynn, Jo Nesbø and Tana French.

What readers are saying about Reptile Memoirs

'Truly unusual and terrifying'
'Dark, heart-wrenching and creepy'
'Dark, challenging and unforgettable'
'Not for the faint hearted'
'Unique, dark and disturbing, gripping and very, very clever'

Late one night, Liv sees a TV nature show and finds herself compelled to buy a pet snake. As she bonds with her new Burmese python, she is unaware how much he takes in with his cold, impassive eyes. He watches.

Thirteen years later, Mariam Lind goes on a shopping trip with her eleven-year-old daughter, Iben. Following an argument Mariam storms off, expecting her young daughter to make her own way home . . . but she never does. Detective Roe Olsvik is assigned to the case of Iben's disappearance. As he interrogates Mariam, he instantly suspects her - but his response to the situation seems unusually personal . . .

A biting and constantly shifting tale of family secrets, rebirth and the legacy of trauma, Reptile Memoirs asks the question: Can you ever really shed your skin?

Reptile Memoirs - with SIGNED bookplates!

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