What Was Lost

Birmingham author Catherine O’Flynn’s debut novel What Was Lost was released by local publishers Tindal Street Press this month.

“A lost little girl appears on CCTV screens at the Green Oaks shopping centre, evoking memories of junior detective Kate Meaney, missing for 20 years. Kurt, a security guard with a sleep disorder, and Lisa, a disenchanted deputy manager at Your Music, follow her through the centre’s corridors: welcome relief from customers, colleagues and the Green Oaks mystery shopper. But, as this friendship intensifies, it brings new loss and longing to light.”

Adrian Goldberg of The Stirrer interviewed Catherine about her novel for his Stirrer TV department.

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What Was Lost (ISBN 0955138418) is available in bookshops priced £8.99, from Amazon.co.uk or direct from Tindal Street Press