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Lisa Unger is an award-winning New York Times and international bestselling author. Her novels have sold over one million copies in the United States and have been translated into twenty-six different languages.
"Stellar. . . . Heartbroken should be on everyone's summer to-read list. For best results, read it alone on an island on a dark and stormy night." --USA Today (4 stars) "Heartbroken has all the makings of a high-wire thriller. But it's the twisted psyches of its main characters that really unsettle. . . . Unger expertly shows how quiet betrayals can rupture a life as deeply as an act of violence." --People "A can't-put-down thriller interlaced with insightful family drama and echoes of Wuthering Heights." --Family Circle "Lisa Unger masterfully writes of the joys and frustrations of family life in her latest novel. . . . What makes [it] shine is the struggle of multidimensional characters with issues that all of us face but sometimes don't want to acknowledge." --Associated Press "Suspenseful. . . . [Unger] keeps the tension high as she delves deep into each woman's psyche, showing how the smallest decision can have far-reaching consequences." --South Florida Sun Sentinel "[An] insidious psychological thriller." --Chicago Tribune "A superb stylist. . . . Readers will be haunted for a long time by this profound and heart-pounding thriller." --Florida Weekly "Just in time to chill readers to the bone on some steamy summer night." --Tampa Bay Times "Master storyteller Lisa Unger weaves a compelling plotline." --Bookreporter "Unger delivers compelling, fully drawn characters while at the same time putting the thrill in thriller. A first-class page-turner." --Booklist (starred review) "Unger skillfully builds the fissures of each of [her characters'] lives as she illustrates the power of the heart and the corrosive nature of lies." --Publishers Weekly (starred review) "One of Unger's best novels yet." --Library Journal (starred review) "A triumvirate of strong women pitted against a shared past and dangerous future. . . . Unger knows how to write a taut thriller." --Kirkus