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Sarah Pekkanen's work has been published in People, TheWashington Post, USA Today, The New Republic, The Baltimore Sun, Reader's Digest and Washingtonian, among others. Her debut novel, The Opposite of Me, was published in March 2010. She writes a monthly column for Bethesda Magazine, and has been an on-air contributor to NPR and E! Entertainment's "Gossip Show." She is the winner of a Dateline award and the Paul Miller Reporting Fellowship. Sarah lives in Chevy Chase, Maryland with her husband and three young sons.
 

Genres: Mystery, General Fiction, Literary Fiction
 
New and upcoming books
August 2024

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House of Glass
 
Novels
   The Opposite of Me (2010)
   Skipping a Beat (2011)
   These Girls (2012)
   The Best of Us (2013)
   Catching Air (2014)
   Things You Won't Say (2015)
   The Perfect Neighbors (2016)
   The Wife Between Us (2018) (with Greer Hendricks)
   The Ever After (2018)
   An Anonymous Girl (2018) (with Greer Hendricks)
   You Are Not Alone (2020) (with Greer Hendricks)
   The Golden Couple (2022) (with Greer Hendricks)
   Gone Tonight (2023)
   House of Glass (2024)
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Novellas and Short Stories
   All Is Bright (2010)
   Love, Accidentally (2011)
   Beginning Again (2012)
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Sarah Pekkanen recommends
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Baby X (2024)
Kira Peikoff
"It's hard to find a thriller with a unique plot these days - but Kira Peikoff pulls it off spectacularly. Propulsive, innovative, and futuristic, Baby X unveils a chilling glimpse of the possibilities that lie in wait for us all."
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Nightwatching (2024)
Tracy Sierra
"If Stephen King and Dean Koontz co-wrote a thriller, the result would be a lot like Nightwatching. Eerily atmospheric, pulse-pounding and unputdownable, this book will keep you up at night."
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Where You End (2024)
Abbott Kahler
"A vividly written, deeply layered novel about the intersection of sisterhood, memory, and trauma. Abbott Kahler is a powerful storyteller, and this book kept me in its grasp until the final page."

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