Liz Alterman's work can be found in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Parents, McSweeney's Internet Tendency, and other publications. She is the author of a young adult novel, He'll Be Waiting, a memoir, Sad Sacked, and a domestic suspense novel, The Perfect Neighborhood.
Liz lives in New Jersey with her husband and three sons. When she isn't writing, Liz spends most days reading, microwaving the same cup of coffee, and looking up synonyms.
Genres: Mystery, Young Adult Fiction
Liz Alterman recommends
The Engagement Party (2023)
"Finley Turner invites readers to an eerie and atmospheric 'engagement party' where twists and surprises abound. You can't turn the pages fast enough to find out who's bringing more secrets into this marriage: the groom or the bride."
Come with Me (2023)
"Anyone who's read Erin Flanagan's Edgar-winner Deer Season knows she's a phenomenal storyteller who builds intricate worlds filled with vivid and relatable characters, and Come with Me is her latest gem. In this gripping suspense novel, widow Gwen Maner is forced to confront her thorny relationship with her aging mom at the same time she reconnects with a former co-worker, who may just be her salvation - or the source of a lot more misery. This propulsive tale is a riveting study in how desperation and dire circumstances make us ripe for manipulation and cause us to ignore our instincts. Come with Me is a rollercoaster ride that will have you holding your breath until the final page."
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