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The Van Apfel Girls are Gone (Felicity McLean, Fourth Estate)

Felicity McLean’s debut novel The Van Apfel Girls are Gone opens with the arrival of a ghost, ‘summoned by the death rattle of Cornflakes in their box’. It is an apt beginning, for this is a novel haunted by trauma, death and the disappearance of three young girls. It is...

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