‘I knew this girl, you see. A sort of a friend. No one thought she really mattered much, but that turned out to be a mistake. Because she blew a hole through my life – and the lives of everyone I knew.’
Anna’s found the perfect friend in Zoe: she’s cool, she’s smart, she’s goth, she’s gorgeous. If only geeky Kerry would stop hanging around and cramping their style. They’d like to get rid of her. But they should be careful what they wish for…
The Misper by best-selling crime and children’s writer Bea Davenport is a gripping story of obsessive friendships, jealousies, bullying – and the consequences of your actions.
About the Author
Bea Davenport is the writing name of former newspaper and BBC journalist Barbara Henderson. Bea’s debut children’s novel, The Serpent House (Curious Fox, 2014), was written as part of a creative writing PhD. It was shortlisted for a Times/Chicken House award. Her second children’s book, My Cousin Faustina, was an interactive e-book created with school pupils across the world before being published by ReadZone Books in 2015. Bea also writes crime novels for adults: In Too Deep (2013) and This Little Piggy (2014) are both published by Legend Press. She teaches journalism and creative writing and divides her time between Leeds and Berwick-upon-Tweed.