Night Film by Marisha Pessl is a stylish literary thriller that’s impossible to put down. Investigative journalist Scott McGrath (also a film buff) questions the suicide-ruled death of the daughter of a reclusive film director. You’ll enjoy winding your way through the clues and red herrings, as well as the photo inserts that add a bit of realism to the story. The Washington Post review: “You’ll miss your subway stop, let dinner burn and start sleeping with the lights on”. Recommended by Rochelle.
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