Under a Dark Sky Lib/E

Lori Rader-Day (Author) Tavia Gilbert (Read by)
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$59.99  $55.19
Publish Date
August 07, 2018
Compact Disc
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About the Author

Lori Rader-Day is the author of Death at Greenway, The Lucky One, Under a Dark Sky, The Day I Died, Little Pretty Things, and The Black Hour. She is a three-time Mary Higgins Clark Award nominee, winning the award in 2016. Lori lives in Chicago.

Tavia Gilbert has recorded hundreds of titles across a wide span of genres, including Erica Spindler, romantic thrillers; John Scalzi, science fiction; and Jeanienne Frost, fantasy. She has received four Audie nominations and has won three AudioFile Earphones Awards for the titles The Obituary Writer, Sing Them Home, and The Day of the Pelican. In addition to voice acting, Gilbert is an accomplished producer, singer, and theater actor.


A brilliant concept, brilliantly told! Under a Dark Sky is a novel that you simply can't put down. Populated by living, breathing characters and filled with fresh prose and sharp dialogue, we thrill to spend a harrowing, yet redemptive, getaway with our wonderful protagonist, Eden Wallace. I guarantee this book will resonate with you. Because, let's face it, aren't we all afraid of the dark?

-- "Jeffery Deaver, New York Times bestselling author"

Under a Dark Sky by Lori Rader-Day is an atmospheric and absorbing mystery with an intriguing cast of characters. You'll want to read this gripping novel with the lights on.

-- "Kate Moretti, New York Times bestselling author"

Cleverly plotted...A great setting for a murder, and each of Rader-Day's prickly millennials feels capable of murder-to say nothing of sleep-deprived, near hysterical Eden. Readers will have fun following the subtle clues.

-- "Publishers Weekly"

A tense tale of murder among old friends featuring an evolving protagonist and high-stakes mind games.

-- "Booklist"

Rader-Day juices her young-widow setup with enough soul-searching, menace, and dirty linen to make you think of Mary Higgins Clark with teeth bared.

-- "Kirkus Reviews"

Both an irresistible locked-room puzzler and a finely wrought examination of friendship, love, and loss.

-- " Elizabeth Little, author of Dear Daughter "