Truly Madly Guilty


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$16.99  $15.80
Flatiron Books
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5.4 X 1.5 X 8.2 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author

LIANE MORIARTY is the author of the #1 New York Times bestsellers Big Little Lies and The Husband's Secret, as well as the New York Times bestseller What Alice Forgot and The Hypnotist's Love Story. Her latest page-turner, Nine Perfect Strangers, is on sale now. She lives in Sydney, Australia, with her husband and two children.


#1 New York Times Bestseller

Winner of Goodreads Choice Award for Best Fiction

"Here's the best news you've heard all year: Not a single page disappoints...The only difficulty with Truly Madly Guilty? Putting it down." --Miami Herald

"Perfect for those long summer days, but readers will have to pace themselves to not devour it in one sitting." --Library Journal (starred review)

Entertainment Weekly's "Best Beach Bet," Summer '16

A USA Today Hot Books for Summer Selection

A Miami Herald Summer Reads Pick

"Liane Moriarty is one of the few writers I'll drop anything for. Her books are wise, honest, beautifully observed, and--unusually--I can never tell where they're going to go." --Jojo Moyes

"The author of Big Little Lies--which is being made into an HBO series starring Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon--brings it again. This time, the lives of a few happy families are changed forever after a barbecue. Well done, in more ways than one." --Skimm Reads

"Emotionally riveting...Moriarty is a deft storyteller who creates believable, relatable characters. The well-drawn cast here will engage readers and remind them that life halfway around the world isn't much different from life here--families argue, neighbors meddle and children push boundaries." --Washington Post

"[A] masterpiece...Extremely relatable and thought-provoking...Ms. Moriarty's shining talent in Truly Madly Guilty is her uncanny ability to get into the mind of her well-developed characters, turn the mirror on the reader and make you think about your own relationships, both past and present." --Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

"Moriarty is a talented tale-spinner and a sharp, witty social observer...Moriarty fans, pack Truly Madly in your beach bag." --USA Today

"Truly Madly Guilty will be widely read...It has all the requisite trademarks of one of her hits...It probes some of the things she writes about best: fraught friendships, covert backbiting, stale marriages." --New York Times

"Stacked with her signature themes: female friendship, duplicity, the darkness lurking beneath lucky, ordinary suburban lives...The last twist, though, is nearly worth the wait, and what sets Moriarty's writing apart...has as much to do with her canny insights into human nature as her clever plotting...Compelling." --Entertainment Weekly

"Moriarty's fans will rejoice at her latest title as she tackles marriage, parenthood, friendship, and sex, in this provocative and gripping read...This novel sheds light on the truths that we all fear as parents, spouses, and friends. It's perfect for those long summer days, but readers will have to pace themselves to not devour it in one sitting." --Library Journal (starred review)

"Perhaps the most anticipated release this summer, Moriarty is at her finest in this keep you guessing multi-family drama surrounding a tragic event at a casual neighborhood barbecue. You will not soon forget this cast of troubled yet very likable characters, and the relationships that both bind and nearly destroy them." --Huffington Post

"The author of Big Little Lies doing what she does best: unraveling people's public selves with an urgency that keeps you reading." --Glamour Magazine

"[A] brilliant story of love, marriage, parenthood and, of course, guilt...It's wonderfully suspenseful, slyly sentimental, sometimes outright sad--and also truly, madly, amazingly funny." --Forth Worth Star-Telegram

"Liane Moriarty has done it again. Truly Madly Guilty has it all--suspense, drama, humor, and a cracking story cleverly told." --Fabulous Magazine (UK)