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Miranda Beverly-Whittemore


Miranda Beverly-Whittemore

Miranda Beverly-Whittemore is the New York Times bestselling author of FIERCE LITTLE THING, JUNE, BITTERSWEET, SET ME FREE and THE EFFECTS OF LIGHT. A recipient of the Crazyhorse Prize in Fiction, she lives and writes in Brooklyn.

Books by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore

by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

Saskia was a damaged, lonely teenager when she arrived at the lakeside commune called Home. She was immediately taken with Abraham, Home's charismatic leader, and the four other teens who lived there, her best and only friends. Two decades later, Saskia is shuttered in her Connecticut estate, estranged from the others. Her carefully walled life is torn open by threatening letters. Unless she and her former friends return to the land in rural Maine, the terrible thing they did as teenagers --- their last-ditch attempt to save Home --- will be revealed. From vastly different lives, the five return to confront their blackmailer and reckon with the horror that split them apart. How far will they go to bury their secret forever?

by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore - Fiction, Suspense

Cassie Danvers is holed up in her family’s crumbling mansion mourning the loss of the woman who raised her --- her grandmother, June. But a knock on the door forces her out of isolation. Cassie has been named the sole heir to legendary matinee idol Jack Montgomery's vast fortune. How did Jack Montgomery know her name? Could he have crossed paths with her grandmother all those years ago? Soon Jack’s famous daughters come knocking, determined to wrestle Cassie away from the inheritance they feel is their due. Together, they all come to discover the true reasons for June’s silence about that long-ago summer, when June and Jack’s lives were forever altered by murder, blackmail and betrayal.

by Miranda Beverly-Whittemore - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Suspense

On scholarship at a prestigious East Coast college, ordinary Mabel Dagmar is surprised to befriend her roommate, Genevra Winslow. Ev invites Mabel to spend the summer at her Vermont cottage, Bittersweet, where her family has held court for more than a century. However, a terrible discovery leads to shocking violence and reveals what the Winslows may have done to keep their power intact. Mabel must choose to either expose the secret and be expelled from paradise, or make Ev's dark world her own.