And When She Was Good: A Novel

And When She Was Good: A Novel

Laura Lippman

Already praised as “a writing powerhouse” (USA Today) and “among the choose crew of novelists who've invigorated the crime fiction area with shrewdpermanent, leading edge, and interesting paintings” (George Pelecanos), New York Times bestseller Laura Lippman is continually sending reviewers again to their thesauruses looking for new and larger accolades.

Her remarkable stand-alone novel, And whilst She used to be Good, simply reinforces the truth that she stands tall between today’s bestselling elite—including Kate Atkinson, Tana French, Jodi Picoult, and Harlan Coben (who raves, “I love her books!”) according to her acclaimed, multi-award-nominated brief tale "Scratch a Woman," And while She used to be Good is the powerfully gripping, intensely emotional tale of a suburban madam, a convicted assassin whose sentence is set to be overturned, and the kid they'll either do something to keep.

Lippman has already gained almost each prize the secret style has to offer—the Edgar®, Anthony, Agatha, and Nero Wolfe Awards, to call yet a couple of. They’ll now need to invent a number of new awards simply to stay alongside of her.

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