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Come Find Me by Megan Miranda
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Feb 18, 2020 | ISBN 9780525578321

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“Miranda (All the Missing Girls, 2016) has created a compelling pair of protagonists, filled with heartfelt angst and relentless tenacity.” —Booklist, starred review

Miranda’s exploration of how grief transforms us is realistic and sensitively drawn. . . . Eerie and emotionally resonant.” —Kirkus

“Miranda weaves a convincing tale of teens grasping at straws to make sense of personal tragedies.” —PW

“This sensitive and nuanced depiction of grief in all of its forms will surely engross fans of crime stories and family dramas alike.” —SLJ

Readers looking for a mystery with a fresh take on the ultimately irresolvable difference between intuition and ratiocination will appreciate this.” —The Bulletin


Fragments of the Lost:
“For thriller fans who can’t get enough of the genre.” —Kirkus

“Intoxicating, well crafted, and suspenseful.” —Booklist

The Safest Lies:
“[A] fast-paced, suspenseful treat.” —PW, Starred review of The Safest Lies

“Positively movie-ready.” —Kirkus Reviews

“Will blow readers’ minds.” —SLJ
“Readers who love a little bit of romance with their thrills and chills will love this new young adult novel.” —

Additional Works by Megan Miranda:
“This thriller’s all of your fav page-turners (think: Luckiest Girl AliveThe Girl on the TrainGone Girl) rolled into one.” –TheSkimm

“Fast-paced and frightening.” –Refinery29

“[The] perfect read for thriller fans.” –

“Extremely interesting . . . a novel that will probably be called Hitchcockian.” –New York Times

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