:THE POCKET WIFE
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Susan Crawford’s THE POCKET WIFE has been featured in Marie Claire in France!
Foreign Publishers of Susan Crawford include:
Spain: Roca Editorial
United Kingdom: Faber & Faber
France: Éditions Harlequin
Agent: Jenny Bent
William Morrow, March 2015. North American.
Germany: Heyne. Spain: Roca Editorial. Poland: Znak. United Kingdom: Faber & Faber. France: Éditions Harlequin. Greece:Enalios.
#6 on The Globe and Mail Bestseller list in Canada
Dana Catrell is shocked when her next-door neighbor Celia is brutally murdered and dismayed to realize that she was the last person to see Celia alive. To make matters worse, she is in the grips of a rapidly descending mania brought on by her bipolar disorder and she doesn't remember exactly what happened that afternoon. As the evidence starts to slowly point in her direction, Dana struggles to clear her name before her madness takes over. Or does the fact that she's a killer lurk in the deepest recesses of her memory? For the more she starts to piece things together, the more she starts to fall apart.
“The Pocket Wife is an exceptional literary thriller debut that sensitively portrays a woman struggling with Bipolar Disorder, and the horrific possibility that she’s a murderer. Engrossing, thrilling, and page turning all the way through, this is one you won’t want to miss!” —Chevy Stevens, NYT bestselling author of Still Missing
"Not a word is wasted in Susan Crawford's fast-paced, thrilling debut – The Pocket Wife. As Crawford explores the boundaries of memory and sanity, the suspense steadily gathers, and in her skilled hands, readers will be left guessing until the very end."—Lori Roy, Edgar award-winning author of Bent Road
“Gripping and lyrical. The Pocket Wife is a book you won't want to put down.” —Deborah Crombie, NYT bestselling author of the Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James novels
“Because the tale is told primarily from Dana’s sharp but manic perspective, suspense develops around her possibly unreliable interpretation of events. This is a gripping, character-driven mystery that would pair well with Sophie Hannah’s The Truth-Teller’s Lie.” —Booklist
"The captivating narration reflects Celia’s progressively elated and fractured thoughts as she moves from energetic clarity to sleeplessness and self-destructive chaos… In the final confrontation… the resolution is surprising, neat, and satisfying...Descriptive, lyrical prose creates an intimate and visceral read that is both a solid mystery and a fast-paced psychological thriller."—Library Journal
“Great premise, and characters, and a wonderfully evocative setting, heavy with heat and suburban boredom, and the uneasy threat of not quite knowing what is going on. Really great.”—Sabine Durrant, bestselling author of Under Your Skin and Remember Me this Way
“The Pocket Wife is an exceptional literary thriller debut that will leave readers guessing till the last minute. Dana Cantrell is a dynamic, well-written character whose bipolar disorder makes her both maddening and endearing. Tightly moving, fast-paced and suspenseful, Crawford’s debut novel puts her on the map of writers to watch.”—RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 star review
“After drinker Dana wakes up with a huge hangover, to the news that her friend and neighbor has been found bludgeoned- she is almost sure she has nothing to do with it. This clever whodunit in the vein of The Girl on the Train, involving mental illness, marital infidelity and murder, keeps you guessing.” —UK Sunday Mirror
“Told in sections alternating between Jack and Dana's points of view, THE POCKET WIFE offers a suspenseful mystery and an intriguing portrayal of mental illness…[and the] interplay between their respective voices and their approaches is part of what makes THE POCKET WIFE invigorating to read…THE POCKET WIFE is a well-written psychological thriller with two equally complex primary characters and…twists that readers won't see coming.” —The Bookreporter
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