It's more than a fabulous book—it's a collectible!
Hank Phillippi Ryan's THE OTHER
WOMAN is now in a second printing—but you'll get
first editions for you and a lucky pal! (There aren't many
left, so hurry....) THE OTHER
WOMAN is also Hank's hardcover debut—so you can
retain one copy for your keeper shelf and give one to a
lucky friend. And that cute tote bag? That's a limited
edition, too! ('Tis the season—to get carried away!)
The book world is abuzz about THE OTHER
WOMAN, the suspenseful story of top–notch
reporter Jane Ryland in Hank's masterful blend of mystery,
revenge and secret passions. The best–selling
September release from Tor/Forge is now one of
Suspense Magazine's Best Books of 2012, is an
RT Book Reviews nom for Best Mystery and Suspense
Novel of 2012, a TOP PICK, an Indie Next
Great Read, got starred reviews in Library Journal
and Booklist and—yup, there's more! Was
just heralded by the Kansas City Star as one of
2012's Best Books.
Hank lives it—now she writes it! The investigative
reporter for Boston's NBC affiliate and television
journalist since 1975, Hank's won 28 Emmys and 12 Edward R.
Murrow awards (whoa!) for her work. She's chased down the
bad guys and exposed corrupt politicians—now she
spins a taut tale of dirty politics, dirty tricks and dirty
secrets—with a barrage of final twists!
Jane Ryland was a rising
star in television news . . . until she refused to reveal a
source and lost everything. Now disgraced and on the low
rung at a local newspaper, she begins to suspect a Senate
candidate's hiding a secret mistress—and it's just
days before the pivotal election.
Detective Jake Brogan is on the hunt for a killer. When a
second woman's body is discovered like the first—by a
bridge with no identification—Jake is plagued by a
frenzied media convinced that a Bridge Killer is hunting
Boston's young women.
As the body count rises and election looms closer, Jane and
Jake realize their cases are connected . . . and they may
be facing a ruthless killer who will stop at nothing to
silence a scandal. As one character warns: "You can choose
your sin—but you cannot choose your consequences."
"Political skullduggery and murder make a high octane mix
in this perfect thriller . . . " – Booklist
"Ryan . . . employs her much honored investigative
reporting and political background to craft a dizzyingly
wild labyrinth of exciting twists, turns, and surprises.
Readers who crave mystery and political intrigue will be
mesmerized by this first installment of her new
series." – Library Journal starred review