You leave your kids with a friend. Everyone does it. Until the day it goes wrong. For single mother Callie going back to work is just the first step towards rediscovering her old confidence. On her typical cramped, anonymous London street, neighbours seem to move in, and move on, before you have even learned their names. Callie tries to befriend a new resident on her street, Debs. But Debs is anxious, odd. You wouldn't trust her with your child - especially not if you knew anything about her past. A brilliant and chilling evocation of modern life. Follow Louise Millar on Twitter @l_millarwriter.But Debs is anxious, odd. You wouldna#39;t trust her with your child - especially not if you knew anything about her past. A brilliant and chilling evocation of modern life, The Playdate is a real talking-point book for mothers everywhere.
|Publisher||:||Pan Macmillan - 2012-04-26|