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Lisa McMann

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Lisa McMann lives and writes in Phoenix, Arizona. She’s happily married to her husband Matt and has two awesome kids, Kilian and Kennedy. She’s a native of Holland, Michigan and lived there from her birth on February 27, 1968 until 2004. She then moved to Arizona, where she can admire the desert and the scary mountain lion her daughter spotted in the backyard one time. Lisa likes to unwind by watching HGTV or any cooking show ever. She shares her writing space with two obnoxious yet well-loved cats, and wakes up at 5:30am so she can climb the mountain in the back of her neighborhood before it gets too hot outside. Finally, Lisa would like you to know that she enjoys Mexican food of any variety as well as pistachios, avocados, and bacon.

Genres: Young Adult Fantasy, Children's Fiction, Young Adult Romance
Cryer's Cross (2011)
     aka The Missing
Dead to You (2012)
Lisa McMann recommends
Chasing Brooklyn (2009)
Lisa Schroeder
"Sexy, sweet, suspenseful - I couldn't put it down."
Paranormalcy (2010)
(Paranormalcy, book 1)
Kiersten White
"The most refreshing paranormal debut of the year."
Trance (2010)
Linda Gerber
"A fast-paced, heart-wrenching paranormal thriller. Trance is addictive."
Illusions (2011)
(Wings, book 3)
Aprilynne Pike
"Fascinating, rich, and romantic."
Unraveling Isobel (2012)
Eileen Cook
"Thrilling and creepy, super sexy, and so very hilarious."
Court (2014)
Cat Patrick
"Drama, mystery and romance in a present-day monarchy hidden inside the U.S. you've never read a book quite like Court."
The Serpent's Secret (2018)
(Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond, book 1)
Sayantani DasGupta
"Never a dull moment for our ordinary-girl-turned-demon-fighting-princess Kiranmala in this hilarious, action-packed romp. Also, there is snot. It's, like, everywhere. This combination of crucial elements is everything I love in a book. A brilliant beginning to a fresh (and potentially sticky) new series!"
The Strangers (2019)
(Greystone Secrets, book 1)
Margaret Peterson Haddix
"A highly suspenseful, delightfully clever thriller with a tinge of creepiness. Give yourself a few hours to calm down after you finish this gem!"

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