The Novels of Gillian Flynn - Gillian Flynn

The Novels of Gillian Flynn

By Gillian Flynn

  • Release Date: 2012-07-31
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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"Gillian Flynn is the real deal, a sharp, acerbic, and compelling storyteller with a knack for the macabre." —Stephen King

This collection, available exclusively as an ebook, brings together the first two novels of Gillian Flynn, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Gone Girl. In Sharp Objects, Flynn’s debut novel, a young journalist returns home to cover a dark assignment—and to face her own damaged family history. With its taut, crafted writing, Sharp Objects is addictive, haunting, and unforgettable. Flynn’s second novel, Dark Places, is an intricately orchestrated thriller that ravages a family's past to unearth the truth behind a horrifying crime. A New York Times bestseller and Weekend Today Top Summer Read, Dark Places solidified Flynn’s status as one of the most critically acclaimed suspense writers of our time.

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  • A Penny?

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    By LindainCincy
    Really Mom and Educator? A lousy penny? Sad that you give a poor review for that reason. Ps pennies are being fazed out of the U.S. currency system, so $20.00 for you. No change!
  • Penny pincher

    4
    By Mmagsmom149
    Oh please. Like one penny makes a whit of difference to anyone!!
  • Makes no sense

    1
    By Mom and Educator
    Buying the first two books separately for 9.99 each is cheaper ($0.01) than buying this combined version. I hope no one bothers with this version. It seems like a "cheap" way to make extra money off consumers who are not doing the math.

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