Watching Edie

Camilla Way (Author)

Product Details

Berkley Books
Publish Date
August 01, 2017
5.5 X 0.8 X 8.2 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author

Camilla Way has been an editor and writer for magazines in the UK. She was born and lives in southeast London.


Praise for Watching Edie

"Gripping psychological suspense, Watching Edie is wonderfully claustrophobic, trapping us as observers of the complex and suffocating relationship between Edie and Heather, compelled to watch until their secret is finally revealed."-- Fiona Barton, New York Times bestselling author of The Widow

"Eerie and atmospheric, Watching Edie had me hypnotized from the outset. Camilla Way's authentic and original characters deftly drew me in and together yanked me through breathtaking twists and turns to a heart-stopping conclusion. Once you read the first page be prepared for an up-all-night, edge-of-your-seat read-a-thon."--Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of Silence and Missing Pieces

"Wonderful...a standout in a crowded field."--The Raleigh News & Observer

"A stunning conclusion. A novel that excels in portraying the torment of youth, the reverberations of the pas, t and the darkness of the heart, Watching Edie transcends the boundaries of the standard stalker story into a tale of misguided love, unthinking betrayal, and random cruelty."--Richmond Times-Dispatch

"A twisted friendship comes back to haunt two women....Betrayal and heartache come bubbling up in this supremely creepy psychological thriller."--BookPage

"Way's seamlessly crafted tale of betrayal and obsession alternates between Edie's viewpoint in the present and Heather's in the past, culminating in a psychological thriller that is impossible to set down."--Booklist

"Odds are you'll need to read this one in a single sitting. With comparisons to movies like Single White Female, Camilla Way's story of what happens when high school friends encounter one another in their thirties is sure to make you look twice at the people you call your pals."--Bustle

"Way expertly explores the dark side of friendship in her psychological suspense debut....The shocking revelation about what happened to change these two women's lives casts a surprising light on each character's motives."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"[A] book that will garner comparisons to Gone Girl and The Girl on the Train, except this time, women are facing off against each other instead of an evil thriller to keep you hooked."

"One of those novels that sucks you in and doesn't let go for a moment. Way brings a powerful new voice to the psychological thriller genre that promises much for the future."--Alex Marwood, Edgar Award-winning author of The Wicked Girls