The Last Mrs. Parrish
by Liv Constantine
Praise For This Book:
“[A] haunting psychological thriller. . . . Engrossing.” — Real Simple

“[A] wicked debut thriller… you’ll relish every diabolical turn.” — People

“A scheming young woman determined to be the ‘next Mrs. Parrish’ insinuates herself into the lives of golden Connecticut couple Jackson and Daphne Parrish.” — USA Today, “Five Books Not to Miss This Week”

“If you like your thrillers with an unexpected twist, this one’s for you.” — New York Post

“Fabulous. . . . I read this book in a flash, devouring every twisty delicious detail.” — Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

“This terrific, noir-steeped tale written by sisters that go by Liv Constantine actually owes more to Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley than it does to the likes of Gone Girl or The Girl on the Train…The twists, turns and mechanizations are a devilishly delicious delight. Kind of like the brilliant television show ‘Breaking Bad,’ where it’s hard to distinguish Dr. Frankenstein from the monster he created.” — Providence Journal

“This deliciously naughty novel of psychological suspense is perfect for fans of Daphne du Maurier, L.S. Hinton and Jessica Knoll.” — LitHub, “5 Crime Must-Reads Coming in October”

“The Last Mrs. Parrish is an addictive and twisty debut.” — Karin Slaughter, New York Times and international bestselling author

“Captivating. . . a deliciously duplicitous psychological thriller that will lure readers until the wee hours and beyond. With a plot equally as twisty, spellbinding, and addictive as Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl or Paula Hawkins’s The Girl on the Train, this is sure to be a hit with suspense fans.” — Library Journal (starred review)

“Constantine’s debut novel is the work of two sisters in collaboration, and these ladies definitely know the formula. A Gone Girl-esque confection with villainy and melodrama galore.” — Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“To the pantheon of Gone Girl–type bad girls you can now add Amber Patterson, the heroine of this devilishly ingenious debut thriller. . . . The reader watches with shock and delight as Amber cold-bloodedly manipulates Daphne and Jackson and lays waste to anyone else who stands in her way. . . . To say any more would spoil all the twists that Constantine (the pseudonym of sisters Lynne and Valerie Constantine) has in store along the way to a surprising and entirely satisfying ending. Suffice it to say that readers would have to go back to the likes of Ira Levin’s A Kiss Before Dying or Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley to find as entertaining a depiction of a sociopathic monster.” — Publishers Weekly (starred review)

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