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Ghosted (Pamela Dorman Books, July 24) by Rosie Walsh
Agency: Nicky Lund/David Higham Assoc.
Walsh’s U.S. debut, which is No. 5 on the New York Times fiction list, has Sarah investigating if there’s more to Eddie’s failure to call her after a whirlwind one-week romance than just being “ghosted,” and her persistence uncovers a dangerous mystery.
Her Pretty Face (Gallery Books, July 10) by Robyn Harding
Evoking comparisons to Pretty Little Lies, Harding’s newest has frumpy mom Frances bonding with stylish Kate at their kids’ posh special-needs school, but one is actually a teenage murderer using an alias, and Harding holds the twisty reveal until the end.
This story first appeared in the Aug. 8 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.
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