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Everyone Who Can Forgive Me is Dead

On sale

6th February 2024

Price: £24.99

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Selected: Audiobook Downloadable / ISBN-13: 9781405559430

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‘My favourite debut of the year . . . utterly compelling’ LUCY CLARKE

‘Twists and turns a plenty!’ RED MAGAZINE

‘Glossy, clever and unsettling’ ANDREA MARA

‘Thriller fans will lap up this tense tale’ PRIMA

‘One of the most chilling reads of the year’ M. W. CRAVEN

‘Totally gripping’ RACHEL ABBOTT


Nine years ago, Charlie Colbert’s life changed for ever.

On Christmas Eve, as the snow fell, her elite graduate school was the site of a chilling attack. Several of her classmates died. Charlie survived.

Years later, Charlie has the life she always wanted at her fingertips: she’s editor-in-chief of a major magazine and engaged to the golden child of the publishing industry.

But when a film adaptation of that fateful night goes into production, Charlie’s dark past threatens to crash into her shiny present.

Charlie was named a ‘witness’ in the police reports. Yet she knows she was much more than that.

The truth about that night will shatter everything she’s worked for. Just how far will she go to protect it?

THE GRIPPING DEBUT THRILLER OF 2024. A dark and deeply compulsive read that will keep you racing through the pages late into the night, perfect for fans of Lucy Foley, Gillian McAllister and Girl A by Abigail Dean.

‘The breakout debut thriller of 2024’ CELIA WALDEN

‘Keep you turning the pages as you race to find out the truth’ DAILY EXPRESS

‘A proper thriller with plenty of twists and turns’ S MAGAZINE

‘Knife-sharp and utterly immersive’ ANDREA BARTZ

‘Guaranteed to keep you up past your bedtime’ LAURIE ELIZABETH FLYNN

‘Intoxicatingly sharp . . . I never wanted to stop reading’ CLEMENCE MICHALLON

‘Knife-sharp’ WOMAN’S OWN

‘Compelling and engrossing’ KATY WATSON

‘A nail-biting ride’ ASHLEY WINSTEAD

‘Dark and dazzling’ JENNIFER HILLIER


‘Twists I did not see coming’ ASHLEY TATE


Lucy Clarke, Sunday Times bestselling author of THE HIKE and ONE OF THE GIRLS
My favourite debut of the year. Clever, pacy and utterly compelling
Andrea Mara, Sunday Times bestselling author of ALL HER FAULT
Fresh and original, glossy, clever, and unsettling, this is dark academia at its absolute best
Cressida McLaughlin, author of The Cornish Cream Tea series
A clever, dark and entirely engrossing thriller that had me hooked from the first page
Woman's Own
Ali Lowe, author of THE RUNNING CLUB
A pacy, suspenseful read that kept me glued to the end
Daily Mirror
A strong debut novel . . . well-paced and solidly plotted. There are more than enough revelations to keep you turning the pages as you race to find out the truth
Belfast Telegraph
Darkly bittersweet, with a plot that will keep you hooked throughout, it's one if you were a fan of Girl A or The Secret History
Katy Watson, author of Waterstones Thriller of the Month pick THE THREE DAHLIAS
Compelling and engrossing . . . From the dark academia feel of the flashback scenes to the glossy, magazine world of the present, this book had me constantly uncomfortable and off balance - in exactly the way I imagine the author intended!
Laurie Elizabeth Flynn, author of THE GIRLS ARE ALL SO NICE HERE
Relentlessly twisty and bitingly sharp . . . guaranteed to keep you up past your bedtime. With an undercurrent of smart, dark humor, a chilling mystery at its core, and long-buried secrets resurfacing, this electrifying debut will grip readers and not let go. Voicey, unpredictable, and wholly addictive
Jessica Irena Smith, author of THE SUMMER I VANISHED
What an absolute treat! I was hooked from the first chapter and I never saw the twists coming. It is brilliantly written, sharp and dark - I loved it!'
Literary Review
An impressive first crime novel . . . both an investigation of a very cold case and a portrayal of a woman on the edge
Press and Journal
A proper thriller with plenty of twists and turns
M. W. Craven, author of Sunday Times bestseller and Theakston's Crime Novel of the Year THE BOTANIST
A creeping sense of dread, a slow, almost torturous, drip-feeding of information, and a highly likeable, yet unsettlingly unreliable narrator. It all builds to one of the most chilling and interesting reads of the year. Highly recommended.
Rachel Abbott, author of DON'T LOOK AWAY
Totally gripping . . . grabbed me from the start, and didn't let go until I had finished the last page. Each characters is unique and so clear that, by the end of the book, I felt as if knew them all, and that I had been there with them throughout the story
Celia Walden, author of Richard & Judy Book Club pick PAYDAY
Slick, satisfying, smart and perfectly paced, this is the breakout debut thriller of 2024
Ashley Tate, author of TWENTY-SEVEN MINUTES
From the crisp prose to the cunning twists I did not see coming, I absolutely inhaled this clever, touching, feverishly compulsive thriller . . . should be at the top of every thriller lover's TBR list. I cannot wait to watch this brilliant debut soar
Katherine St. John, author of THE LION'S DEN
A propulsive read, rife with tension from page one . . . this is a book I struggled to put down
Clémence Michallon, internationally bestselling author of THE QUIET TENANT
An intoxicatingly sharp thriller. Everyone Who Can Forgive Me Is Dead deftly explores trauma and the dark things we believe ourselves capable of. I never wanted to stop reading it, and I can't wait for Hollander's next novel
Andrea Bartz, author of Reese's Book Club pick WE WERE NEVER HERE
Witty, tightly plotted, knife-sharp, and utterly immersive . . . had me flaking on plans to squeeze in one more chapter. Fans of Jessica Knoll and Megan Miranda, meet your new favorite author
A delicious crime debut full of false memories and unreliable narrators, which means twists and turns a plenty!
S Magazine, Sunday Express
A proper thriller with plenty of twists and turns
Ashley Winstead, author of THE LAST HOUSEWIFE
Fans of Jessica Knoll's Luckiest Girl Alive will love this tautly-constructed thriller . . . Hollander paints an engrossing tale of a woman coming to terms not only with the ghosts of her past but her own true nature. A nail-biting ride that will keep readers turning pages long into the night
The Bookseller
This compulsive lead debut certainly delivered on its publisher's promise of keeping me up all night
Jennifer Hillier, author of THINGS WE DO IN THE DARK
Exactly the kind of thriller I love. It's a deliciously conflicting feeling to wonder when the shiny perfection of a new life built over a terrible secret will begin to tarnish, and in her first novel, Hollander doles out the suspense as masterfully as any veteran author . . . A dark and dazzling debut
Peterborough Telegraph
Big Little Lies fans will love it!
Nina Pottell, Prima
Thriller fans will lap up this tense tale