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Aimee Molloy

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Aimee Molloy is the author of the New York Times non-fiction bestseller However Long the Night, as well as the co-author of several other books, including Rosewater, which was made into a movie by Jon Stewart. Film rights for The Perfect Mother have been optioned by Sony/Tri Star with Kerry Washington set to star in and produce the adaptation. Aimee lives in Brooklyn with her family.

Genres: Mystery
Non fiction
Aimee Molloy recommends
Freefall (2019)
Jessica Barry
"Jessica Barry's Freefall is not only an enthralling, impossible-to-put-down mystery that keeps the pages flying, but it is also a gorgeous, resonant tale of a mother's unconditional love for her daughter. I could not recommend this more!"
The Taking of Annie Thorne (2019)
C J Tudor
"With The Hiding Place, CJ Tudor has proven that she is a true master at creating perfectly dark, highly propulsive, and tightly coiled mysteries that are utterly impossible to put down. From page one, the reader is pulled in with a gathering sense of dread, and taken on an addictive, thrilling ride to the very last page."
The Night Before (2019)
Wendy Walker
"Tightly coiled and perfectly plotted, The Night Before is a wonderfully tense and extremely pleasurable read...Wendy Walker lures us in with a gathering sense of dread, proving once again that she is among the most talented and fearless writers at work today."
Her Daughter's Mother (2019)
Daniela Petrova
"Her Daughter's Mother had me from the very first page. With a dazzling plot; complex, unforgettable characters; and gorgeous prose that mines the dangerous depths of obsession, Daniela Petrova's debut is undoubtedly going to be the book everyone will want to read this summer."
The Two Lila Bennetts (2019)
Liz Fenton and Lisa Steinke
"Sliding doors with a killer twist."
The Last Flight (2020)
Julie Clark
"Everything you want in a book; a gripping story of suspense: haunting, vulnerable characters; and a chilling and surprising ending that stays with you long after the last page."
The Girl in the Mirror (2020)
Rose Carlyle
"Rose Carlyle's The Girl in the Mirror took my breath away, page after page. It has it all: a superbly taut plot. Unforgettable, haunting characters. A setting that will instantly transport you to the lush landscape of the Seychelles. And one of the best endings I've read in a very long time. Bottom line—this book is exactly what we're all craving right now: a delicious, perfect escape."
Before The Ruins (2021)
Victoria Gosling
"I don't know the last time I enjoyed a book this much. Unbelievably tense and incredibly smart, Victoria's Gosling's story about four friends playing a truly terrifying game of cat-and-mouse in a deserted manor house is the perfect ménage à trois of superb plotting, haunting characters, and gorgeous, atmospheric prose. Tana French fans will devour this."
When the Stars Go Dark (2021)
Paula McLain
"Fantastically propulsive and deeply atmospheric, this novel grabs you from the very first page. Paula McLain has proven to be a masterful storyteller no matter the genre."
When We Were Bright and Beautiful (2022)
Jillian Medoff
"When We Were Bright and Beautiful blew me away. Jillian Medoff's gripping exploration of wealth, consent, and complicity tells the story of a loving family's unraveling with the propulsive pace of the best thrillers. A masterful achievement."

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