Rabbit Hole : The first Jennette McCurdy book club pick for 2024-9781526646743

Rabbit Hole : The first Jennette McCurdy book club pick for 2024

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Author: Brody, Kate

Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Published on 18 January 2024 by Bloomsbury Publishing PLC in the United Kingdom.

Hardback | 384 pages
146 x 225 x 35 | 492g

**A Jennette McCurdy book club pick****Cosmopolitan, The 20 best books to look forward to in 2024****An Independent Book of the Month**'I loved it: the fast pace, the wry protagonist, and how Brody painfully examines the measures we take to find closure' Jennette McCurdy'A brilliant, dark debut about grief and the way in which the internet can magnify mania' Mail on Sunday'I fell down Rabbit Hole in an obsessive spiral' Kate Reed Petty'A twisty, pacy crime thriller' independent.co.uk'A mindblowing debut' Heather Darwent'A gritty tale of grief, family secrets and addiction' ObserverA deliciously dark and twisted debut about family secrets, true crime, and destructive obsession – by a striking new talentTeddy Angstrom is no stranger to morbid public interest in her family’s tragedies. And when her father dies suddenly, ten years to the day after her sister Angie’s disappearance, she intends to maintain as much privacy as she always has.

Clearing out her father’s office, however, Teddy discovers her father’s double life: a decade-long investigation into wild conspiracies from a Reddit community of true crime fans fixated on Angie. Repelled and compelled in equal measure by this new online dimension, Teddy finds herself falling down that same rabbit hole. So when nineteen-year-old Mickey, a charming amateur internet sleuth, materialises in real life, Teddy determines that the two of them are going to team up to find out what really happened to Angie – and whether there’s any chance she might still be alive. But as she struggles to reconcile new information with old memories, Teddy doesn’t notice that her obsession is making her increasingly self-destructive. And she’s in way over her head before she’s realises that Mickey, too, is not all she seems…Noirish, haunting and razor-sharp, as compulsive as a late-night Reddit binge, Rabbit Hole is an unforgettable debut about violence, family and grief.

'A smart and edgy mystery that kept me turning pages from start to finish' Alexis Schaitkin‘I absolutely loved this book … I couldn't put it down’ Ainslie Hogarth'An unputdownable debut from a writer I would follow anywhere' Allie Rowbottom