On Sale: October 9, 2018
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Laura Lippman meets Megan Abbott in this suspenseful
mystery debut set in the aftermath of a violent crime—for
“fans of crime fiction wanting literary flair and emotional
depth” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).
After her elderly neighbor is murdered, Amy Unger, a
fledgling artist and cancer survivor, takes to the canvas in
an effort to make sense of her neighbor’s death. Painting
helps Amy recover from the devastating illness that ended
her marriage and left her life in ruin. But when her
paintings prove to be too realistic, her neighbors grow
suspicious, and the murderer, still lurking, finds his way
to her door.
Bernard White, a widower who has isolated himself for years
after a family scandal, can’t stop thinking about the murder
of an old friend—and what it means for his fellow
octogenarians as the death toll rises. He convinces the
neighborhood’s geriatric residents to band together to
protect one another. But the Originals, as they are known,
can’t live together forever. As it is, Bernard is pressing
his luck with the woman he’s moved in with.
Maddie Lowe is a teenager trying to balance her waitressing
job and keeping her family intact after the disappearance of
her mother, even as their neighborhood becomes more
dangerous by the second. She has information crucial to
solving the crime. But she doesn’t realize it–until it’s
almost too late.
Their paths converge around the killer terrorizing their
neighborhood and they are all faced with a life—or
A gripping page-turner that explores the strange connections
between strangers, the past and the present, and the power
of tragedy to spark renewal, The Other Side of Everything
marks the exciting debut of a vibrant and riveting new
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