A STRIKING NEW DIRECTION: Clare Mackintosh moves away from suspense with an issue-driven women’s fiction novel, page-turning and emotional, in the vein of Jodi Picoult. Mackintosh’s suspense novels always featured three-dimensional characters and complex relationships. She now brings those skills to women’s fiction.
SIMULTANEOUS WORLDWIDE RELEASE: After the End will be published simultaneously in the United States and in the UK.
SIGNIFICANT ACCOLADES: For her debut novel, I Let You Go, Mackintosh received the Theakston Award for Best Novel of the Year at Harrogate in July 2016 and the Prix Polar International, which was won in 2015 by Paula Hawkins.
UK SENSATION: All three of Mackintosh’s previous books were instant Sunday Times bestsellers; both Let Me Lie and I See You hit #1. Her books have sold more than two million copies worldwide.
WELL-REVIEWED AUTHOR: Mackintosh has enthusiastic praise from The New York Times; starred Publishers Weekly, Booklist, Kirkus Reviews, and Library Journal reviews; and glowing blurbs from Ruth Ware, Fiona Barton, Paula Hawkins, JoJo Moyes, Lee Child, Mary Kubica, Jeffrey Archer, and Alexandra Burt, among many, many others. She brings the same quality of writing to this new direction.
MEDIA-SAVVY AUTHOR: Mackintosh reaches more than 11,000 readers a month on her personal blog and has grown her Twitter to 17,000 followers, more than six thousand followers over the past year.
“A powerful exploration of grief, love, and the way in which all decisions—both large and small—can have life-changing results. This book will leave readers rethinking their own choices and wondering what might have happened if they’d acted differently.”—Jill Santopolo, author of The Light We Lost and More Than Words
“Both utterly heartrending and incredibly uplifting, After the End is the most moving book you’ll read this year.”—Lisa Jewell, author of Then She Was Gone
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