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Sunshine Vicram is back!


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He can’t resist a puzzle…


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She lives for thrills. He’s tasked with keeping her safe…


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The acclaimed Martha’s Vineyard series returns for more romance, drama, and intrigue!


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The USA Today bestselling author of When We Believed in Mermaids returns with a tale of two generations of women reconciling family secrets and past regrets.


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Two sets of lives, Coded messages, will history repeat itself?


The Other Passenger by Louise Candlish

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Also by Louise Candlish:

The Other Passenger, July 2021
Trade Size / e-Book
The Other Couple, January 2021
Hardcover / e-Book
Those People, June 2020
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
Those People, June 2019
Hardcover / e-Book
Our House, April 2019
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
Our House, August 2018
Hardcover / e-Book

The Other Passenger
Louise Candlish

Atria Books
July 2021
On Sale: July 20, 2021
400 pages
ISBN: 1982174102
EAN: 9781982174101
Kindle: B08LDVHZSQ
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Suspense | Thriller

The “queen of the sucker-punch twist” (Ruth Ware, #1 New York Times bestselling author) and author of Our House weaves “a stunning masterwork of style and suspense” (Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author) about a commuter who becomes a suspect in his friend’s mysterious disappearance. Perfect for fans of the unputdownable page-turners by Christina McDonald and Lisa Jewell.

It all happens so quickly. One day you’re living the dream, commuting to work by ferry with your charismatic neighbor Kit in the seat beside you. The next, Kit hasn’t turned up for the boat and his wife, Melia, has reported him missing.

When you get off at your stop, the police are waiting. Another passenger saw you and Kit arguing on the boat home the night before and the police say that you had a reason to want him dead. You protest. You and Kit are friends—ask Melia, she’ll vouch for you. And who exactly is this other passenger pointing the finger? What do they know about your lives?

No, whatever danger followed you home last night, you are innocent, totally innocent.

Aren’t you?

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