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Lisa Gabriele

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Her writing has appeared in the New York Times Magazine, the Washington Post, Vice magazine, Salon, Glamour, and Babble, among other publications. She’s a regular contributor to Nerve.

She's from Belle River, Ontario, and has lived in Dawson City, Buenos Aires, New York City, and Washington, D.C. She wrote CBC radio's The Current for a few years, and now works as a TV producer/director on shows such as Dragons' Den, and The Week the Women Went . She lives in Toronto.

Genres: Mystery
Books containing stories by Lisa Gabriele
The Best American Nonrequired Reading 2003 (2003)
(Best American Nonrequired Reading)
edited by
Dave Eggers

Lisa Gabriele recommends
Lucky (2021)
Marissa Stapley
"An honestly moving and propulsive book about the art of the con, Lucky has the pathos of Paper Moon and the bite of The Grifters shot through with real heart and humour. Even though she’s one charming criminal, you’ll root for Luciana ‘Lucky’ Armstrong—a vibrant, sexy, full-blooded character—to get what she (really) deserves in life, which is for her luck to never run out."
Waiting for a Star to Fall (2020)
Kerry Clare
"Girl falls hard for charismatic, older man. It's heady and intoxicating. Then he turns out not to be who she thought he was. Like, at all. This is a thrillingly sexy book about that first big, bad love, and the pain of seeing someone for who they really are. Kerry Clare writes about the dark heart of women with a deceptively light touch, one that belies a complexity just below the surface. A diverting and compassionate read."
Dark August (2020)
(Gus Monet, book 1)
Katie Tallo
"Dark August is a tightly-paced cauldron of a thriller about small town corruption, murder and mayhem, in the vein of Sharp Objects and All The Missing Girls. A macabre and confidently twisty debut."

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