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Mary Kubica holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, in History and American Literature. She lives outside of Chicago with her husband and two children and enjoys photography, gardening and caring for the animals at a local shelter. THE GOOD GIRL is her first novel.
 
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The Status of All Things (2015)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"Fun, clever, and utterly engaging."
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Where I Lost Her (2016)
T Greenwood
"Spellbinding. A touching story of one woman's loss and heartache, coupled with the electrifying search for a young girl. I loved everything about Where I Lost Her."
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This Is Not Over (2016)
Holly Brown
"[A] master storyteller and an expert of suspense."
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The Vanishing Year (2016)
Kate Moretti
"A woman’s perilous past and her affluent present converge in Kate Moretti’s latest jaw-dropping thriller. Replete with unsavory characters, buried secrets, and a bounty of unexpected twists and turns, The Vanishing Year is a stunner. A perfectly compulsive read that's impossible to put down."
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Fractured (2016)
Catherine McKenzie
"Things go terribly wrong for these engrossing characters in Catherine McKenzie's latest tour de force...Truly riveting!."
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Little Deaths (2016)
Emma Flint
"A gem of a whodunit."
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The Lost Letter (2017)
Jillian Cantor
"Past and present collide in Jillian Cantor's latest propulsive and eloquent gem of a novel. Cantor captures the gravity of wartime Europe and combines it with powerful stories of love, loss and self-discovery."
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Our Little Secret (2017)
Roz Nay
"In her debut novel, Roz Nay lures readers down a dark and tangled path that explores the aftereffects of lost first loves. Our Little Secret is a gripping addition to the psych thriller world."
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The Neighbors (2018)
Hannah Mary McKinnon
"A graphic, gritty exploration of unfulfilled desire and deceit with an explosive finale that readers won't forget anytime soon."
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The Elizas (2018)
Sara Shepard
"Sara Shepard dazzles with this spine-chilling thriller that blurs the lines of fact and fiction. Electric and smart with a witty protagonist readers won’t soon forget."
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Don't Believe It (2018)
Charlie Donlea
"A perfectly executed and entirely satisfying read, Don't Believe It is a gripping thriller that will blow readers away, from the first page right up to the very last words. Charlie Donlea's best book yet!"
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Providence (2018)
Caroline Kepnes
"Tender, magical, and eerie . . . sure to be one of the best thrillers of the year . . . Caroline Kepnes’s infinite talent shines through."
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The Banker's Wife (2018)
Cristina Alger
"Cristina Alger takes an inside look at the lucrative, high-stakes--and sometimes murderous--world of private banking in this stunning masterpiece. Whip smart and fraught with tension, The Banker's Wife packs a punch that doesn't let up. Brilliant."
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Somebody's Daughter (2018)
David Bell
"A tautly told, heart-pounding read, Somebody’s Daughter is a page-turning whodunit where every character's a suspect and no one can be trusted."
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Trust Me (2018)
Hank Phillippi Ryan
"Ryan dazzles-a must read."
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You Were Always Mine (2018)
Nicole Baart
"Tense, emotionally-charged, and at times frightening, You Were Always Mine opened my eyes to the dark side of adoption. With characters that are true to life and a tremendous depth of knowledge into a shocking subject matter, this is Baart's best book yet. Completely engrossing!"
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River Bodies (2018)
(Northampton County, book 1)
Karen Katchur
"Karen Katchur’s River Bodies has it all: a horrific murder, mysteries resurrected from the past, a story line packed with tension, and vivid characters to bring it all to life. A riveting thriller that suspense readers will love."
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The One That Got Away (2018)
Joe Clifford
"Joe Clifford is a gifted storyteller with a knack for crafting characters who are entirely human. The One That Got Away is dark and unforgiving, a chilling crime novel with the perfect touch of tenderness that will keep readers turning the pages with haste. This is one book you won’t be able to put down."

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