On Sale: October 31, 2023
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Nat Cassidy is at his razor-sharp best again with
his horror novel Nestlings, which harnesses the creeping
paranoia of Rosemary's Baby and the urban horror of Salem's
Lot, set in an exclusive New York City residential building.
Ana and Reid needed a lucky break.
The horrifically complicated birth of their first
child has left Ana paralyzed, bitter, and struggling: with
mobility, with her relationship with Reid, with resentment
for her baby. That's about to change with the words any New
Yorker would love to hear—affordable housing lottery.
They've won an apartment in the Deptford, one of
Manhattan's most revered buildings with beautiful vistas of
Central Park and stunning architecture.
dismisses disturbing events and Ana’s deep unease and
paranoia as the price of living in New York—people are
odd—but he can't explain the needle-like bite marks on
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