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How can a woman who never existed come back to haunt you?
‘Spine chilling . . . Misery for the #MeToo generation.’ Erin Kelly
Gerry Anderson has been having trouble sleeping. He’s unwell – bed-bound – and has only his night nurse and his personal assistant for company. But what’s really troubling him are the phone calls. Phone calls from a woman claiming to be the ‘real’ Aubrey.
But that can’t be. Aubrey’s just a character Gerry made up in a book, years ago.
Can Gerry see past the ever-blurring lines of fact and fiction and figure out who is threatening him, or has his long-overdue moment of reckoning finally arrived?
‘The sharpest, clearest-eyed take on our #MeToo reckoning yet. Plus: enthralling.’ Megan Abbott
What readers are saying
‘A twisty and delightfully sharp thriller.’
‘Witty, timely, prescient and skewering the reception of the #MeToo movement.’
‘One of the best books I have read this year . . . that ending was brilliant.’
‘A great summer read.’
Laura Lippman's Dream Girl is the book version of the mind-blown emoji.
As if one of Philip Roth’s complicated men stumbled into a razor-sharp Stephen King plot … in other words, my dream novel. I devoured this in three days. The sharpest, clearest-eyed take on our #metoo reckoning yet. Plus: enthralling.
Every time Laura Lippman comes out with a new book, I get chills because I know I am back in the hands of the master. She is simply a brilliant novelist, an unflinching chronicler of life in America right now.
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