Andrea Dunlop lives in her hometown of Seattle, Washington, where she works as the social media and marketing director of Girl Friday Productions. Losing the Light is her first novel.
Andrea Dunlop recommends
Things to Do When It's Raining (2018)
"The complex and moving saga of a non-traditional family with deep bonds and even deeper secrets. Set against the idyllic background of a far-flung seaside town, the finely drawn characters of this novel test the limits of friendship, love, and forgiveness. A story that lingers long after the final page is turned."
"Feels entirely fresh and defies genre in the best possible way . . . romantic, thrilling, and thoughtful in its examination of power, love, and goodness. The characters of Providence will haunt readers long after they’ve finished reading, and they’ll be better for it."
Tell Me Lies (2018)
"Tell Me Lies is a daring coming of age tale from a fresh new voice. This unvarnished look at both sides of a toxic romance is as resonant as it is harrowing, with characters so finely drawn they'll linger in the imaginations of readers long after the final page. This book is unflinching, unforgettable, and unputdownable."
The Subway Girls (2018)
Susie Orman Schnall
"The Subway Girls is an enchanting story of two women separated by decades, and brought together by fate. Olivia and Charlotte are two of the most lovable literary heroines I've met in ages, I was rooting for both of them from the first page to the last. A charming, thoughtful story that illuminates how much has changed for women over the past few generations, and how much has not."
Girls with Bright Futures (2021)
Tracy Dobmeier and Wendy Katzman
"GIRLS WITH BRIGHT FUTURES is a scandalous and timely story of three women who will do anything to secure their daughters' future in a winner-take-all world. An engrossing mix of satire and thriller."
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