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Order a signed copy of THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN EIGHT by NALINI SINGH. We expect the signing stock to arrive around 12 Dec; and then please allow 1-2 days for the signings to take place before shipping occurs.
For New Zealand customers, our special first shipment price is NZ$27 (vs RRP NZ$36.99) plus shipping for the New Zealand trade paperback edition (ISBN 9781399611558) while our first shipment stocks last.
For personalised signed online orders, please let us know in the Note to your order:
• Name of who the signing is for (OR we will default to using the First Name of the person placing the order in the dedication “To Name”); and
• Message for the signing (OR Nalini will write a brief message at her discretion).
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THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN EIGHT
In this chilling thriller from New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh, a remote estate in the New Zealand Alps hosts a reunion no one will ever forget.
One last weekend.
A mansion half in ruins.
No room for lies.
Someone is going to confess.
Because there should have been eight…
They met when they were teenagers. Now they’re adults, and time has been kind to some and unkind to others. None more so than Bea—the one they lost nine long years ago.
They’ve gathered to reminisce at Bea’s family’s estate, a once glorious mansion straight out of a gothic novel. Best friends, old flames, secret enemies, and new lovers are all under one roof. But when the weather turns and they’re snowed in at the edge of eternity, there’s nowhere left to hide from their shared history.
As the walls close in, the pretense of normality gives way to long-buried grief, bitterness, and rage. Underneath it all, there’s the nagging feeling that Bea’s shocking death wasn’t what it was claimed to be. And before the weekend is through, the truth will be unleashed. No matter the cost…