Delve into the world of Gillian Flynn for less at the Book People

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Anyone hunting for some new books to delve into should look no further than the Book People, where they can pick up the Gillian Flynn Collection for the purse-friendly price of £4.99.

Anyone hunting for some new books to delve into should look no further than the Book People, where they can pick up the Gillian Flynn Collection for the purse-friendly price of £4.99.

For those who haven’t heard of Gillian Flynn, she is a US author and former TV critic on Entertainment Weekly. Since branching out into the world of writing she has quickly found herself with an army of fans and has achieved critical and commercial success with her first three offerings.

It is these three books that are available in the Gillian Flynn Collection at the Book People. Her first novel, Sharp Objects, was published in 2006, followed by Dark Places in 2009. Her most recent publication, Gone Girl, is a New York Times bestseller and has received much critical acclaim, leading it to be nominated for the Women’s Prize for Fiction.

And, just like all of the other discounted books available at the Book People, customers can get their hands on these three new reads without breaking the bank.

Lindsay Eyers, social media manager at the Book People, said: “We’ve all been reading Gillian Flynn novels here at the Book People and I’m obsessed! Although she is fairly new as a novelist, Flynn has already made a name for herself as an author and we’re sure our customers will love her books as much as we do.

“Plus, we sell all of her titles in the Gillian Flynn Collection, meaning bookworms can get all three in one go – for the same price of a single novel in most high street book shops.”

The Book People is a family-run online books store that prides itself on offering customers a fantastic range of titles up to 75 per cent cheaper than the RRP. From children’s books to cookery titles and gardening guides, consumers can find everything they need on the website.

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