Anna Bright Is Hiding Something

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About the Author

Susie Orman Schnall is the author of the novels We Came Here To Shine, The Subway Girls, The Balance Project, and On Grace. She grew up in Los Angeles, graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, and now lives in Westchester County, New York.


"Anna Bright Is Hiding Something is the perfect summer page-turner! This is a story that is so timely and telling! I want to see more deliciously complicated women like Anna Bright on our pages."
--Jo Piazza, author of The Sicilian Inheritance and We Are Not Like Them

"Grifters! Tech bros! The horrors of Palo Alto! A whip-smart, ripped-from-the-headlines plot! Anna Bright is Hiding Something has all of that, and more. In her latest, Susie Orman Schnall writes with a satirist's eye about our society's obsession with genius and success, and the sacrifices we'll make in the name of ruthless ambition. Get ready for a wild ride."
--Grant Ginder, author of Let's Not Do That Again

"An engrossing novel of two ambitious women that takes an unflinching look at the role of women in the male-dominated tech industry but also at the sexism that exists in the world of journalism. So timely, I devoured this riveting story in one sitting."
--Amy Poeppel, author of Musical Chairs and The Sweet Spot

"Timely, gripping, and meticulously researched, Anna Bright knocked my socks off. It's that rare story where you cheer for the hero and the villain in equal parts and, in the end, feel completely satisfied."
--Annabel Monaghan, author of Same Time Next Summer

"Thought-provoking, sharp, and propulsive, ANNA BRIGHT IS HIDING SOMETHING is a modern take on female ambition and the lengths young women will go to in their quests to prove themselves. Readers will be captivated as Schnall forces her characters to walk the tightrope between integrity and opportunism. This gasp-out-loud read had me holding my breath to see who would be the first to fall."
--Lynda Cohen Loigman, author of The Two-Family House and The Matchmaker's Gift