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The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

The Perfect Stranger (2017)

by Megan Miranda

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A very fast read. Leah is a disgraced journalist who has moved away to start a new life. Her roommate, Emmy Gray disappears, and now Leah is questioned on what is real, since there seems to be no record of Emmy. Will Leah's past hurt her credibility or will she be able to break through to the truth? Enjoyable, the story will keep you interested to the very end. ( )
  rmarcin | Jan 22, 2019 |
Really enjoyed this book! ( )
  jjnaaucoin | Jan 21, 2019 |
Wow! This book is a nail biter to the end. I loved this book! ( )
  cubsfan3410 | Sep 1, 2018 |
Great summer read. A disgraced journalist moves to a small town in Pennsylvania to start over as a teacher. She moves along with an old college friend of hers that she just reconnected with in a bar. And it goes from there. Who is this friend. What connection does the dead girl have to her friend? Is she being stalked by one of her fellow teachers? Is her friends life a lie. Good ending. ( )
  joannemonck | Aug 2, 2018 |
After reading All the Missing Girls, I was expecting more out of this book. It was a decent read, but I would not read it again. I was hoping it would have the same style of writing and layout as All the Missing Girls because it was different. This was nothing like that. ( )
  Audriana0202 | Jun 20, 2018 |
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"In the masterful follow-up to the runaway hit All the Missing Girls--a "fiendishly plotted thriller" (Publishers Weekly)--a journalist sets out to find a missing friend, a friend who may never have existed at all. Confronted by a restraining order and the threat of a lawsuit, failed journalist Leah Stevens needs to get out of Boston when she runs into an old friend, Emmy Grey, who has just left a troubled relationship. Emmy proposes they move to rural Pennsylvania, where Leah can get a teaching position and both women can start again. But their new start is threatened when a woman with an eerie resemblance to Leah is assaulted by the lake, and Emmy disappears days later. Determined to find Emmy, Leah cooperates with Kyle Donovan, a handsome young police officer on the case. As they investigate her friend's life for clues, Leah begins to wonder: did she ever really know Emmy at all? With no friends, family, or a digital footprint, the police begin to suspect that there is no Emmy Grey. Soon Leah's credibility is at stake, and she is forced to revisit her past: the article that ruined her career. To save herself, Leah must uncover the truth about Emmy Grey--and along the way, confront her old demons, find out who she can really trust, and clear her own name. Everyone in this rural Pennsylvanian town has something to hide--including Leah herself. How do you uncover the truth when you are busy hiding your own?"--… (more)

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