Friends Like These


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5.91 X 9.13 X 1.34 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

Kimberly McCreight is the New York Times bestselling author of Reconstructing Amelia, which was nominated for the Edgar, Anthony, and Alex Awards; Where They Found Her; and The Outliers young adult trilogy. She attended Vassar College and graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two daughters.


Full of dark secrets and surprising twists, A Good Marriage explores what lies beneath the surface of friendships, families, and communities. A captivating psychological thriller that gripped me from beginning to end.--Megan Miranda, author of The Last House Guest
What makes a good marriage - in fact and fiction? Kimberly McCreight takes a gimlet-eyed attempt at answering that question in the irresistible domestic drama, A Good Marriage.--Washington Post on A Good Marriage
"The characters look as if their lives are perfect, but their greatest skill is their ability to conceal the adultery, substance abuse and financial ruin percolating underneath. . . . McCreight is particularly adept at parsing the small but telling details of life among Park Slope's elite."--New York Times Book Review on A Good Marriage
"A Good Marriage is a smart, provocative, insightful page-turner. I couldn't put it down."--Harlan Coben, author of The Boy from the Woods, on A Good Marriage
What a pleasure to race through a novel so tightly written and expertly twisty! Kimberly McCreight takes us through a juicy labyrinth of lies and secrets among a privileged set of friends you'll love to hate, and hate to love. Sharp, dark, and a great escape."--Ashley Audrain, author of The Push
"A brilliantly constructed puzzle of a novel -- using a shifting kaleidoscope of unique voices, McCreight hands us all the pieces and forces us to assemble them into a shocking portrait of regret, grief, and dark loyalty." --Julie Clark, author of The Last Flight