Games for Dead Girls by Jen Williams
Hithechurch, a peaceful, out-of-the-way seaside town in Kent.
When Charlie was young, she would visit with her family, making friends and playing down by the beach.
Their favourite was telling scary stories; silly games of make-believe that would twist and weave old wives’ tales. They would laugh and try to shake off the shiver than ran down their backs and made the hair on their necks stand on end.
But what if it wasn’t all make-believe?
Years later Charlie returns to Hithechurch with her niece, researching a book on folklore. As she delves deeper into the history of the area, she finds something disturbing: a decades long history of women going missing. Could the stories be true?
Charlie is about to find out some games are deadlier than others.
Narrated by Mary Woodvine