The Final Hours of Muriel Hinchcliffe M.B.E



'It's dark and twisted, comic and toxic. I loved it!' - Jenny Colgan, author of The Summer Skies

'A twisty tale of toxic friendships and even some sneaky sedatives added to Heinz tomato soup.' - Julie Cohen, author of Bad Men

'Shocking and compelling. I raced through it. Fabulous' - Daily Mail

Muriel, a former bestselling romantic novelist, and Ruth, a journalist, are best friends. Inseparable since they were little, they’ve shared everything; unable to be without each other, even after the most vicious of fights.

Now fate has left them living together in a North London home, with Ruth caring for Muriel in her deteriorating health, playing Scrabble, arguing and making up, passing the days in monotony, ignoring the scars of their relationship. Then one afternoon, Muriel makes a shocking and sinister announcement, sending Ruth’s world into chaos. Only one thing is certain. Life, as she knows it, will never be the same again . . .

The Final Hours of Muriel Hinchcliffe M.B.E is the deliciously dark debut novel from Claire Parkin. An intensely gripping story of toxic friendship, jealousy and revenge, it is perfect for fans of A Tidy Ending and Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine.

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Pan Macmillan
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