On a Quiet Street (Original)
Seraphina Nova Glass (Author)
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DescriptionA New York Times Book Review Summer Read and Edgar Award nominee! Don't miss this unputdownable psychological thriller! Perfect for fans of Lucy Foley and Ruth Ware!
When you really start to look beyond the airy open floor plans and marble counters, Brighton Hills is filled with secrets. Some big, some little, some deadly. And one by one, they're about to be revealed... "A writer to watch." --Publishers Weekly
The perfect neighborhood can be the perfect place to hide...
Who wouldn't want to live in Brighton Hills? This exclusive community on the Oregon coast is the perfect mix of luxury and natural beauty. Stunning houses nestle beneath mighty Douglas firs, and lush backyards roll down to the lakefront. It's the kind of place where neighbors look out for one another. Sometimes a little too closely...
Cora thinks her husband, Finn, is cheating--she just needs to catch him in the act. That's where Paige comes in. Paige lost her son to a hit-and-run last year, and she's drowning in the kind of grief that makes people do reckless things like spying on the locals, searching for proof that her son's death was no accident...and agreeing to Cora's plan to reveal what kind of man Finn really is. All the while, their reclusive new neighbor, Georgia, is acting more strangely every day. But what could such a lovely young mother possibly be hiding?
Don't miss Seraphina's upcoming novel, The Vanishing Hour. You won't be able to put it down!
Other thrillers from Seraphina to keep you up all night:
- The Vanishing Hour
- Such a Good Wife
- Someone's Listening
May 17, 2022
5.1 X 7.6 X 0.9 inches | 0.5 pounds
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About the Author
Seraphina Nova Glass is a professor and playwright-in-residence at the University of Texas, Arlington, where she teaches film studies and playwriting. She holds an MFA in playwriting from Smith College, and she's also a screenwriter and award-winning playwright. Seraphina has traveled the world using theatre and film as a teaching tool, living in South Africa, Guam and Kenya as a volunteer teacher, AIDS relief worker, and documentary filmmaker.