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By: Nigel May

The Girl Unknown

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Luck has never been on Lucie Palmer’s side. She feels her life is a cursed one, full of loneliness and cruel blows. How else can she explain being removed from the family she loved as a child? Or being imprisoned for a crime she didn’t commit as a young woman? Her life isn’t fair…

But now it’s time to rebuild her life, to start afresh. Lucie attempts to learn the secrets of her family’s past, about the people she was never allowed to love. But does a curse shadow her existence even now? A curse ready to strike again? Maybe even destroy her for good? Can she finally piece together the emptiness in her life before it’s too late, to no longer be the girl unknown…?

With gripping twists, turns and a shocking ending, The Girl Unknown is unputdownable thriller fiction at its most electrifying.

Nigel May is an author, TV and radio presenter and a journalist. He has been described as “the UK’s male Jackie Collins” and has written six page-turning glamorous blockbusters. As a showbiz journalist, he has interviewed countless celebrities around the world for magazines and newspapers. His TV work has included appearances on ITV, BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, as well as broadcasting from America. He is one of the UK’s most popular crafting personalities through his work on Create and Craft TV. On radio he is a proud member of the Gaydio team. He lives in Brighton and is obsessed with all things ’80s, flea markets and the Eurovision Song Contest. The Girl Unknown is his seventh novel.

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