THE NUMBER ONE BESTSELLER
Imagine if the next thriller you opened was all about you.
When an intriguing novel appears on Catherine's bedside table, she curls up and begins to read.
But as she turns the pages she is horrified to realize she is a key character, a main player.
This story will reveal her darkest secret.
A secret she thought no one else knew…
'An addictive novel with shades of Gone Girl'
"Let me now acknowledge having done what thriller writers love doing: burying the lead. It's Disclaimer that turns out to be the Gone Girl of the season." (Janet Maslin, New York Times)
"Disclaimer is something special. . . an outstandingly clever and twisty tale that's been perfectly engineered to make heads spin." (Janet Maslin, New York Times)
"Sensationally good psychological suspense…exactly what a great thriller should be." (Lee Child)
"Renee Knight's debut book is being compared with Gone Girl. . . . A chilling premise." (Wall Street Journal)
"With pitch-perfect pacing and alternating narrators that leap off the page, Disclaimer is both a page-turning mystery and an artful exploration of the explosive intersection between marriage and motherhood, revenge and regret. A wonderfully compelling book." (Kimberly McCreight, New York Times bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia)
"The marvel of…Disclaimer is that it just about lives up to its unusually gripping premise…[and] forms a trinity alongside Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train as the best of domestic noir." (New York Daily News)
"Disclaimer stealthily steals your attention and by the end holds you prisoner-a searing story that resonates long after the final page. The best thriller I've read this year." (Rosamund Lupton, New York Times bestselling author of Sister and Afterwards)
"Knight's pace…nuilds momentum and ends with a series of breakneck plot twists and surprises.… A seriously unnerving roller coaster…. It's also a surprisingly sophisticated examination of marriage, motherhood and memory, as well as-naturally-guilt, grief and revenge." (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
"A mysterious book within a book, which contains potentially damning information about the protagonist, jump starts this remarkable debut by British scriptwriter Knight....This unsettling psychological thriller about guilt and grief briskly moves to a shocking finale enhanced by its strong characters." (Publishers Weekly (starred review))
"The first requirement of a fabulous summer read is that it should be too enthralling to put down. Disclaimer meets that requirement mightily.… A gripping, well-written story for those who aren't afraid of the darker side of summer reading." (Charleston Gazette)From the Back Cover
"Sensationally good psychological suspense. . . . exactly what a great thriller should be."-Lee Child
What if you realized the terrifying book you were reading was all about you?
When a mysterious novel appears at Catherine Ravenscroft's bedside, she is curious. She has no idea who might have sent her The Perfect Stranger-or how it ended up on her nightstand. At first, she is intrigued by the suspenseful story that unfolds.
And then she realizes.
This isn't fiction.
The Perfect Stranger re-creates in vivid, unmistakable detail the day Catherine became hostage to a dark secret, a secret that only one other person knew-and that person is dead.
Now that the past Catherine so desperately wants to forget is catching up with her, her world is falling apart. Plunged into a living nightmare, her only hope is to confront what really happened on that terrible day . . . even if the shocking truth might destroy her.
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