a wickedly twisty thriller with a character you'll never forget
Florence högsta dröm är att bli berömd författare. När hon oväntat får erbjudande om att bli assistent till personen bakom den världskända författarpseudonymen Maud Dixon kan hon inte tacka nej. Maud Dixon visar sig vara Helen, en sträng men gener...
Her tale of double identity, a satirical switchback, is hugely entertaining * The Times * A fast-paced and endlessly enjoyable mystery * Woman & Home * Sharp, unpredictable and enormously entertaining * Washington Post * A wickedly fun study in deception, secrets, striving and longing. Andrews's stylish, intricate debut novel showcases deft prose and expert use of tone and atmosphere * ShelfAwareness * Stylish and sharp, with wicked hairpin turns, WHO IS MAUD DIXON is part Patricia Highsmith, part All About Eve and pure fun * Maria Semple * Clever, cunning, and diabolical in the best possible way. Anyone longing for a good old-fashioned thrill need look no further * Ann Patchett * Alexandra Andrews' astonishing debut novel glides and glitters like a snake in Moroccan sunlight. Smoothly written, nimbly plotted (boldly, too: this novel takes chances, not prisoners) - yet also buzzing with an irresistible intensity and relish * A J Finn * Who Is Maud Dixon? has enough twists and turns to make you dizzy for a week. Dizzy with joy! By the end of the book you'll start wondering if author Alexandra Andrews might be a murderer herself. * James Patterson * Captivating debut! WHO IS MAUD DIXON is a beautifully written literary thriller with a sumptuous Moroccan setting. What's not to love? Brava, Alexandra Andrews! * Elin Hilderbrand * Fans of psychological thrillers like Patricia Highsmith's "The Talented Mr. Ripley" will love Andrews' debut novel. . . . the story is full of twists and turns that will leave you hooked * Harlan Coben *
Alexandra Andrews has written for ProPublica, New York Magazine and Huffington Post, been a commercial copy writer, and even interned at The Paris Review. She lives in New York with her family.