“Our prayers are answered! Another self-medicating female narrator as unreliable as she is waspy and aspirational. Who run the world?”

“You won’t look at a woman looking out of a window the same way ever again… again.”

“The twists start on page one and keep going. At first, you think it’s a brand new thriller, but then you realize it’s just my novel Girl on the Train but with different names and places. Brilliant!”
– Paula Hawkins

“Keeping true to the genre, the last three pages are worth the 63 chapters of prefabbed, near-masturbatory suspense and confusion. Exhilarating!”
USA Today

“With jagged sans-serif over an emo-color palette, this book is an investment piece in your collection of eerily similar bad-bitch cover art about a woman who might have witnessed a murder or might just be crazy.”
The New York Times

“A dazzling chiller that only hits bookstores every few weeks, maybe days. Buy it now or dare to wait at least 72 excruciating hours for another one just like it.”
– Stephen King

“This book is filled with your favorite sexy, sinister paradoxes like big, little lies; huge, small fibs; and humongous, puny embellishments — all divided into enormously microscopic chapters.”
– Liane Moriarty

“It’s Agatha Christie meets Shirley Jackson who invited Mary Higgins Clark to a power-lunch who then took on Carol Higgins Clark as an apprentice who must have taught an affordable online masterclass on suspense novels recently. Hey, no complaints here!”
Chicago Tribune

“This book has all the SEO keywords and phrases crime-porn addicts crave: secrets, affairs, husbands, woods, water, alcoholism, sharp objects and female protagonist writer. Did we miss any?”
The Washington Post

“Unputdownable. Fans of suspense will neglect all self-care and read it in a day. True fans will neglect their children, sprawl in front of the nearest body of water and read it in half a day.”
Publishers Weekly

“Read this book before they turn it into a movie! Well, before I turn it into a movie.”
– Reese Witherspoon

“The biggest surprise for me was finding out I didn’t write this. I can’t believe I didn’t write this!”
– Gillian Flynn

– Wendy Walker, Ruth Ware, Jessica Knoll, Tana French, and A.J. Finn (Dan Mallory)