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Under The Bridge

by Rebecca Godfrey

*A future true crime classic featuring an introduction by Mary Gaitskill*

'Dreamy, mysterious and ultimately terrifying' Megan Abbott, author of Dare Me

'A swift, harrowing classic' Jenny Offill, author of Dept. of Speculation

British Columbia, 1997.

Under the Bridge traces the events surrounding the 1997 murder of fourteen-year-old Reena Virk by eight of her peers, in an account based on six years of research and interviews with the accused that offers insight into the social tensions that provoked the crime and the minds of teenage killers. By the author of The Torn Skirt.

'A modern day Crime and Punishment that keeps you on the edge of your seat. A stunning book' Gary Shteyngart, author of Lake Success

'Under the Bridge is brilliant, enthralling, heart breaking and disturbing' Nadine Matheson, author of The Binding Room

'A tour-de-force of true crime reportage' Kirkus Reviews

'Mixes novelistic suspense with a journalist's key eye for detail' Bustle

'Hypnotic, obsessive, wonderfully transformative' John Guare, author of Six Degrees of Separation

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