My Sister the Serial Killer

by Oyinkan Braithwaite


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Longlisted for the Women’s Prize

About this book:

Blood is thicker than water in this blackly comic, Lagos-set family satire in which sisterly jealousy plays out in relation to the dynamics of modern Nigeria.
Refreshing and surprising this is a simple yet perfectly formed novel of family dynamics that has plenty of twists and tunrs to entertain readers.

With an embarrassment of acolades, including being longlisted for The Women’s Prize, Highly recommended.

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