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Meg Little Reilly

Biography

Meg Little Reilly

Meg Little Reilly is the author of the novels EVERYTHING THAT FOLLOWS and WE ARE UNPREPARED. She’s a public radio commentator, essayist and outdoors enthusiast. Prior to writing novels, Meg worked in national politics and the White House. She holds a BA from the University of Vermont and an MA from the George Washington University. These days, she lives in rural Vermont with her husband and two daughters.

Books by Meg Little Reilly

by Meg Little Reilly - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

Around midnight, three friends take their partying from bar to boat on a misty fall evening. Just as the weather deteriorates, one of them suddenly and confusingly goes overboard. Is it an accident? The result of an unwanted advance? His body disappears quickly, silently, into the dark water. The circumstances are murky, but what is clear is that the other two need to notify the authorities. Minutes become hours become days as they hesitate, caught up in their guilt and hope that their friend has somehow made it safely to shore. As valuable time passes, they find themselves deep in a moral morass with huge implications as they struggle to move forward and live with their dark secret.

by Meg Little Reilly - Fiction, Suspense, Thriller

Ash and Pia move from hipster Brooklyn to rustic Vermont in search of a more authentic life. But just months after settling in, the forecast of a superstorm disrupts their dream. Fear of an impending disaster splits their tight-knit community and exposes the cracks in their marriage. Where Isole was once a place of old farm families, rednecks and transplants, it now divides into paranoid preppers, religious fanatics and government tools, each at odds about what course to take.