Camille Perri is the books editor at large for Cosmopolitan magazine. Prior to joining Cosmopolitan, Perri served as an assistant editor at Esquire magazine, and earlier in her career, she was a ghostwriter of young adult novels and a reference librarian. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University and a Master of Library Science degree from Queens College. Perri wrote the first draft of The Assistants while working as the assistant to the editor in chief of Esquire.
Genres: Literary Fiction, General Fiction
Camille Perri recommends
Charlotte Walsh Likes To Win (2018)
"This enthralling page-turner is a rallying cry to the #TimesUp generation, bringing a journalist’s eye to the politics of female ambition and what it truly takes for a woman to run for office. It’s smart, fierce, and so much fun to read."
The Shortest Way Home (2018)
"At the end of a stressful day, some of us like to escape with a fine glass of wine; others prefer to sink into a rich, deeply engrossing, heartfelt novel. If both of these are your pleasure--this is the book for you. Savor it."
In At the Deep End (2019)
"Not since Lady Gaga’s Bad Romance has a piece of art so perfectly captured the exhilarating rush and sweet self-sabotage of a toxic relationship and the cruel truth that sometimes love and obsession are hard to tell apart. Rah rah ah-ah-ah!"
The Lost Night (2019)
"This suspenseful, twisty thriller is the perfect book if you're in the midst of your invincible twenties, or if you've ever looked back on that ephemeral time in your life and thought, how in the world did I live to tell the tale?"
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