Andrea Bartz

We Were Never Here
  • We Were Never Here

  • YOUR BEST FRIEND KILLED A MAN.
    NOW SHE NEEDS YOUR HELP
    BUT CAN YOU REALLY TRUST HER MOTIVES?

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    'A nail-biting immersive whirl of a read . . . We Were Never Here is every woman's worst nightmare, and every thriller lover's dream' Zakiya Dalila Harris, bestselling author of The Other Black Girl

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    Emily is on holiday with her best friend, Kristen, in the stunning mountains of Chile. They're having the time of their lives until, on the last night of the trip, Emily enters their hotel suite to find it covered in blood.

    Kristen claims a backpacker attacked her. She shouted, but no-one heard. She struggled, but he was too strong.

    She had no option but to kill him.

    With no evidence of the assault, Emily must help her hide the body. . .

    Back home, Emily tries to forget what happened, but a surprise visit from Kristen forces her to confront the events of that night.

    As the walls close in on their cover-up, Emily asks herself: can she really trust her closest friend?

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    'A master of the timely thriller' BuzzFeed

    'A sharp, unsettling thriller about power, obsession, and the inescapable grip of the past' Megan Miranda, New York Times bestselling author of All The Missing Girls

    'A riverting psychological thriller' Publishers Weekly

Andrea Bartz is a Brooklyn-based journalist and author of The Lost Night and The Herd. Her work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Marie Claire, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Women's Health, Martha Stewart Living, Redbook, Elle, and many other outlets, and she's held editorial positions at Glamour, Psychology Today, and Self, among other publications.

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