On Sale: January 15, 2019
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Hardcover (April 2018)
Women's Fiction Psychological
From the New York Times bestselling author of the
Pretty Little Liars series comes a thriller “blending
Hitchcock, S.J. Watson, and Ruth Ware” (Entertainment
Weekly) filled with half-truths,
suppressed memories, and ingenious twists.
When Eliza Fontaine is rescued from the bottom of a hotel
pool just a few weeks before her first novel is going to be
published, her family assumes that it’s another failed
suicide attempt. But Eliza swears she was pushed. The
problem is she remembers little of that night, a result of
the large quantity of alcohol she consumed and a worsening
struggle with memory loss due to a brain tumor. Feeling
ignored and vulnerable, she decides she must find the truth
of what actually happened.
As she searches for answers, something very peculiar begins
to happen: The people closest to her start to confuse the
events in her novel with those in her real life. The
dividing line between fact and fiction seems to be
dissolving, and even Eliza is becoming uncertain about where
her protagonist’s story ends and hers begins. She glimpses a
shadowy presence hovering nearby, a mirror image of
herself…but is it all in her head or is there really someone
following her, studying her, wishing to do her harm? Perhaps
the answers to all her questions already exist in the pages
of her novel, if only she could put the pieces together in
the right way.
The Elizas is a heart-pounding, Hitchcockian double
narrative composed of secrets, lies, false memories, and an
unreliable narrator you’ll never forget.
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