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Trying to keep the death of their parents a secret, Marnie and her little sister Nelly are on their own until several residents in Glasgow's Hazelhurst housing estate suspect that something is not right.
"This book was originally published in Great Britain in 2012 by William Heinemann, an imprint of the the Random House Group"--t.p. verso.
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