A native of Pennsylvania, Riley Sager is a writer, editor and graphic designer. Riley now lives in Princeton, New Jersey.
In addition to writing, Riley enjoys reading, movies and baking.
Riley's first novel, FINAL GIRLS, will be published in 2017 in the United States, the United Kingdom and more than a dozen territories around the world.
Riley Sager recommends
Look for Her (2017)
(DI Chloe Frohmann, book 3)
"Look for Her ratchets up the tension while also offering moments of sheer grace."
Jar of Hearts (2018)
"As dark as a storm-torn night and just as unnerving, Jar of Hearts will have readers gasping in shock as they tear through the pages. Suspenseful, gritty and utterly unforgettable."
The Last Woman in the Forest (2019)
Diane Les Becquets
"A compelling and searing novel of grief, suspicion and examining the rugged terrain of the human heart."
The Night Before (2019)
"As timely as it is compelling, The Night Before gripped me from the first page all the way to its stunning conclusion. Through twist after twist, the story takes you to deep, dark places few thrillers dare to go. A riveting read!"
One Small Sacrifice (2019)
(Shadows of New York, book 1)
"Packed with secrets, lies, and surprises, One Small Sacrifice kept me guessing to the very end. A gritty kaleidoscope of a thriller."
Girls Like Us (2019)
"A smashing read. Instantly gripping and compulsively readable, with a heroine as vulnerable as she is tenacious."
"A terrifically tense thriller with a femme fatale who will keep you guessing until the very end. The perfect airplane read!"
The Murder List (2019)
Hank Phillippi Ryan
"Utterly absorbing! Like a nesting doll, The Murder List contains secrets within secrets and twists within twists. Hank Phillippi Ryan is a master working at the top of her game."
The Stranger Inside (2019)
"A darkly thrilling tale of survival and obsession. Lisa Unger never disappoints."
(Bird Box , book 2)
"This sequel is as tense and harrowing as the original, with a new depth that raises the stakes. More than just a tale of survival in a world gone mad, Malorie examines how much we canand shouldhold on to those who survive with us."
How Quickly She Disappears (2020)
"Raymond Fleischmann has blessed us with the rarest of gifts, a novel paced like a thriller but written with the aching grace of literary fiction. A gorgeously dark, harrowing debut."
The Sun Down Motel (2020)
Simone St James
"Deliciously creepy. A chilling blend of mystery and ghost story that will thrill fans of both."
Line of Sight (2020)
"A knockout debut. Smart, gritty and as timely as tomorrow's front page."
Girls of Brackenhill (2020)
"A Gothic chiller filled with secrets, lies, and things that go bump in the night. I was riveted from the first page to the last."
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