Penguin presents the audiobook edition of All These Beautiful Strangers by Elizabeth Klehfoth, read by Caitlin Kelly, Xe Sands and Greg Tremblay.
Charlie Calloway has a life most people would kill for - a tight-knit family, a loyal set of friends, and top grades a privileged boarding school. But Charlie's never been interested in what most people want. Like all Calloways, she's been taught that she's different, special - better. So when her school's super-exclusive secret society extends a mysterious invitation, Charlie's determination to get in is matched only by her conviction that she belongs there.
But their secrets go deeper than she knows.
Charlie finds herself thrust into the centre of a decades-old mystery - one that implicates her family in not one terrible crime, but two. Uncovering their past may destroy everything she knows - or give her the answer she's always craved: Who or what was behind her mother's disappearance ten years ago?
Juicy, clever and beguiling. An exceptional debut novel, deftly crafted and written with style. It is the perfect book to read at the beach. But be warned: you will get a sunburn, because you won't want to put it down
A properly beachy thriller . . . Cruel Intentions meets Gossip Girl. We're not surprised film plans are underway by the producers of Wild, Gone Girl and Big Little Lies
There's real menace in this elegantly written thriller and Klehfoth is one to watch
This is exactly the sort of beach thriller you've been searching for
This is a must for anyone who loves a pacy, page-turning thriller
An addictive and unpredictable page-turner
Highly addictive and thrillingly unpredictable, this debut could well be another hit
Has a plot akin to what you would get if you combined The Secret History with Cruel Intentions with Luckiest Girl Alive . . . in other words: this is going to be big
If we had to take a guess, All These Beautiful Strangers will be the literary thriller of the summer . . . It's the perfect blend of glamour, diabolicalness, and The Secret History
[A] highly charged, addictive psychological thriller that combines the dishy gamesmanship of Gossip Girl with the murky atmosphere of The Secret History