A smart and twisty thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
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“Freaking fantastic!” – Natalie Barelli, bestselling author of The Accident.
Reclusive young adult novelist Eugenia writes a chart-busting novel under the pen name Amy Mathews. The best part? She doesn’t even have to talk to anybody. Her outgoing older sister, Virginia – the face of the fictitious writer – takes care of all those pesky activities. It’s a lucrative partnership that landed Amy Mathews literary fame and fortune . . .
Virginia wants more books, but Amy Mathews is pretty much dead to Eugenia. She’s determined to break out of her comfy coffin of a life, ditch the pen name, and maybe even meet a fan or two. But her sister doesn’t like the idea of unemployment. Not one bit.
Eugenia soon discovers that it’s not that easy to put down the pen. In fact, it could very well turn deadly.
For fans of complex characters and subtle plot turns comes this stirring tale that will leave you wondering: do you ever really know someone?
This smart and twisty thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat until the very last page.