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She’ll kill for her life back...and already has.
After their father's alleged death, strange things begin to happen in the Stillman home—explosive light bulbs, random alarms, and unexplainable power surges. After deciding to move and start fresh, a little girl named Sophie approaches Charlie Stillman and knows more about the family than the average stranger, knowing family secrets nobody else has heard.
On a breezy June night, at their new neighborhood’s annual summer kick-off, everyone celebrates the start of longer days, sunshine, and ice-hold lemonade—until things turn deadly. Vivian Claremen, the town’s wealthiest business woman, falls dead in plain sight without a scratch or bruise, and everyone is a suspect.
Confused and alarmed, Charlie is enticed by the girl when she hints his father could be alive somewhere. The girl's ghostly pale skin, soft voice, and bright eyes make her seem so innocent. Little does Charlie know Sophie is after her killer, who left her blood-soaked in a roadside lake, and will use anything—and anyone— to get to them...
A Little Girl Named Sophie (30,706 words) is a sharp, eye-opening, and phycologically dark mystery suspense novel, adapted from the screenplay of the same name, that will appeal to fans of Gillian Flynn and Ruth Ware.