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The Artist

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The Artist

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The Artist
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Rated PG-13 (questionable content for children under 13)
The Artist

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“a well paced, well-written and exciting novel, with an incredible twist at the end that few could possibly anticipate” -

"a real page turner, with twists that will stun you. Thoroughly enjoyed this one! " -

"...similar to Shutter Island in that it causes the reader to reconsider a number of events in the book...a tense psychological thriller" -

"An ending that I did not predict...You won’t want to put it down" -

"I really enjoyed this one...kept me guessing right to the last few pages" -


In a basement cell in the heart of London, a young actress awakens to find herself gagged and strapped to a wooden chair. A voice booms from an unseen speaker, announcing that a timer has been started and that she has fifteen minutes - to do what she does not know. As the voice reverberates around the cell and echoes into nothingness, the woman tenses her muscles, her wrists bleeding as she tries in vain to loosen the restraints. Precisely fifteen minutes later, a bullet rips through her head.

And so begins the story of The Artist.

The recording of the murder is sent to the media, and it soon becomes apparent that a serial killer known as Andy the Artist is operating in London. The Artist forces the young actresses into a perverse trade off – they acquire Andy Warhol’s prophesied fifteen minutes of fame, but that time will consist of the last few minutes of their lives.

Meanwhile, 14 year old Kaylin Bellos lives in London with her mum Kimberley, a struggling actress. One night at a friend’s house, Kaylin discovers that a man is murdering actresses all over the city.

As more women are slaughtered, it seems there is much that Kaylin and The Artist have in common. Could The Artist be Kaylin’s dad? If so, what does that mean for the fate of her mum?

And why is Kaylin being followed to school?

The truth is more horrific than they could possibly imagine…

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