- For the film, see Chicken Feed.
Chickenfeed Author(s) Minette Walters Country United Kingdom Language English Genre(s) Crime / Mystery novel Publisher Pan Books Publication date 3 March 2006 Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback) & Audio CD Pages 128 pp (paperback edition) ISBN 0330440314 OCLC Number 62475040 Preceded by The Devil's Feather Followed by The Chameleon's Shadow
Based on the real life case of Elsie Cameron, a pregnant woman supposedly killed by her boyfriend, chicken farmer Norman Thorne, who was hanged for the murder in 1924, Walters re-creates the events leading up to the crime and writes from the perspective of both Elsie and Norman, as their relationship slowly turns sour and Norman yearns to be free from his former lover.
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