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Winner of the Costa First Novel Award 2014,
Elizabeth is Missing is the debut novel written by Emma Healey and is an unabridged mystery audiobook expertly narrated by Anna Bentinck. Audible listeners follow the story of forgetful Maud, who obsesses over finding her missing friend, Elizabeth. It’s a daunting task to search for clues and then forgetting them as soon as they are found. With her memory failing she must rely only on her intuition. It’s never led her off track in the past.... Or has it? A lighthearted and absorbing listen.
NOW A MAJOR BBC DRAMA
A SUNDAY TIMES TOP FIVE BEST SELLER
How do you solve a mystery when you can't remember the clues?
Maud is forgetful. She makes a cup of tea and doesn't remember to drink it. She goes to the shops and forgets why she went. Sometimes her home is unrecognizable - or her daughter Helen seems a total stranger. But there's one thing Maud is sure of: her friend Elizabeth is missing. The note in her pocket tells her so. And no matter who tells her to stop going on about it, to leave it alone, to shut up, Maud will get to the bottom of it. Because somewhere in Maud's damaged mind lies the answer to an unsolved seventy-year-old mystery. One everyone has forgotten about. Everyone, except Maud....
Winner of the Costa First Novel Award
Shortlisted for National Book Awards Popular Fiction Book
Shortlisted for National Book Awards New Writer of the Year
Longlisted for the Dylan Thomas Prize
Longlisted for the Baileys Prize for Women's Fiction
"A thrillingly assured, haunting and unsettling novel." (Deborah Moggach, author of The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel)
"Elizabeth Is Missing will stir and shake you: the most likeably unreliable of narrators, real mystery at its compassionate core...." (Emma Donoghue, author of Room)
"Resembling a version of Memento written by Alan Bennett." (Daily Telegraph)