Unraveling Oliver

A debut novel "about the truth behind a shocking act of savagery, and the profound lies and deceptions that come to light in its wake"--

Unraveling Oliver

Author: Liz Nugent

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1501167758

Page: 272

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Originally published: Ireland: Penguin Ireland, 2014.

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