The gripping new psychological thriller from the New York Times bestselling author of A Flicker in the Dark
Stacy Willingham worked as a copywriter and brand strategist for
various marketing agencies before deciding to write fiction full
time. She earned her BA in Magazine Journalism from the University
of Georgia and MFA in Writing from the Savannah College of Art &
Her debut novel, A Flicker in the Dark, is optioned for film and television by Oscar-winning actor Emma Stone and entertainment company A24.
She currently lives in Charleston, South Carolina, with her husband, Britt, and her Labradoodle, Mako.
‘Unputdownable’ Waterstones ‘One of the most memorable plots of the
year so far. If you read only one thriller a year, make it this.’
Daily Mail ‘Exerts the same grip as Willingham’s fine debut, A
Flicker in the Dark’ Sunday Times ‘Gripping’ Cosmopolitan ‘I
devoured this in two evenings and i’m adding Stacy as a go-to
author… Thriller fans will adore this read.’ Prima ‘Pacy and
sinister, ALL THE DANGEROUS THINGS has a palpable tension that
keeps the pages turning.’ Sunday Times and internationally
bestselling author, Karin Slaughter ‘A sensational thriller set in
the deep south. Dark, engrossing and atmospheric. Loved the podcast
angle. Relatable, layered characters and sublime tension.
EXCELLENT’ Will Dean, author of the Last Thing to Burn 'Brilliant!
With a sure hand, the author draws us inexorably into a harrowing
blend of gothic storytelling and psychological suspense, dishing up
new shocks every time another layer is peeled back. I was as
sleepless as our protagonist—since I had to finish this marvelous
thriller in one sitting!' Jeffery Deaver, author of Hunting Time
‘An absolutely gripping page-turner with a brilliant ending … All
the Dangerous Things is superb’
Lesley Pearse, the Sunday Times Bestselling author of Deception ‘True crime's trending appeal and Willingham's mastery of the domestic mystery promise popularity for this one… those who crave resolution will appreciate that Willingham tucks the story's ends in tight.’ Booklist