Jessica Knoll has been a senior editor at Cosmopolitan and the articles editor at SELF. She grew up in the suburbs of Philadelphia and graduated from The Shipley School in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, and from Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, New York. She lives in New York City with her husband. Her first book, Luckiest Girl Alive, was a bestselling novel.
We don't want to give too much away, but you won't be able to put this one down - no matter how good the water looks * Good Housekeeping * Knoll's novel is most notable as a potent take down of a reality-show-obsessed culture that seeks out the spotlight rather than harder truths * Publishers Weekly * In the end, murder seems inevitable. Season 4 will end with a bang, and there will be blood . . . salaciously entertaining * Kirkus Reviews * Picture a fictional feminist reality TV show that's basically The Real Housewives of Startup Boardrooms. We find out early that one of the five castmates is dead, but we have no idea who did it, or why. This is the kind of soapy, hilariously vicious book you'll gobble up in one sitting * Marie Claire * The unexpected and unpredictable twists and surprising revelations will delight suspense fans * Library Journal * You'll be seeing this pink umbrella on beaches everywhere this summer * Elle * Knife-sharp and enthralling, Jessica Knoll's The Favorite Sister is as bold and smart and audacious a novel about women and ambition as you could hope for. A more-than-worthy follow-up to Luckiest Girl Alive, it proves Knoll is a literary force to be reckoned with -- Megan Abbott