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The Strangers We Know

Imagine seeing your loving husband on a dating app. Now imagine that’s the best thing that happens to you all week …

When Charlie sees a man who is the spitting image of her husband Oliver on a dating app, her heart stops. Her first desperate instinct is to tell herself she must be mistaken – after all, she only caught a glimpse from a distance as her friends laughingly swiped through the men on offer.  But no matter how much she tries to push her fears aside, she can’t let it go. Because she took that photo. On their honeymoon. 

Suddenly other signs of betrayal start to add up and so Charlie does the only thing she can think of to defend her position – she signs up to the app to catch Oliver in the act.

But Charlie soon discovers that infidelity is the least of her problems. Nothing is as it seems and nobody is who she thinks they are ...

The eagerly awaited addictive new thriller from the bestselling author of The Sunday Girl.

Praise for The Strangers We Know:

‘Written with pace, intrigue and a series of disorientating twists that keeps you guessing to the end’ Sydney Morning Herald

‘A relatable heroine, a riveting mystery, and plot twists that will make you gasp. I loved it.’  Robyn Harding, bestselling author of The Party

‘I raced through this book and loved the sharp, sassy suspense story of a marriage on the edge.’ Sara Foster, bestselling author of The Hidden Hours and You Don’t Know Me  

The Strangers We Know is simply phenomenal. Pip Drysdale is a brilliant storyteller. She has a long career ahead of her, and I will be eagerly awaiting every new book she releases.’ Better Reading Book of the Week
 
‘Reels you in from the first chapter … Set aside a weekend because you won’t be able to put it down after you start reading.’ Courier Mail
 
‘Another gripping psychological thriller from the home-grown author of The Sunday Girl.’ Who magazine
 
‘Twisty-turny domestic noir.’ New Idea Book of The Month
 
'This addictive page turner enthralls from cover to cover … exposes a relationship marked by love, lies, betrayal, tragedy and deception. An author we need to watch.’ Mrs. B’s Book Reviews
 
‘The next Liane Moriarty.’ Stellar

Praise for The Sunday Girl:

‘The Girls Club of psychological thrillers has a worthy new member’ Herald Sun

Daleya Marohn

Pip Drysdale is a writer, actor and musician who grew up in Africa and Australia. At 20 she moved to New York to study acting, worked in indie films and off-off Broadway theatre, started writing songs and made four records. After graduating with a BA in English, she moved to London where she dated some interesting men and played shows across Europe. The Sunday Girl, her first book, became a bestseller. Her second book, The Strangers We Know, is also a bestseller.

To find out more about Pip head to:
pipdrysdale.com
Facebook.com/pipdrysdale
Instagram @pipdrysdale

‘A relatable heroine, a riveting mystery, and plot twists that will make you gasp. I loved it.’

– Robyn Harding, bestselling author of The Party

‘I raced through this book and loved the sharp, sassy suspense story of a marriage on the edge.’

– Sara Foster, bestselling author of The Hidden Hours and You Don’t Know Me

The Strangers We Know is simply phenomenal. Pip Drysdale is a brilliant storyteller. She has a long career ahead of her, and I will be eagerly awaiting every new book she releases.’

– Better Reading Book of the Week

‘Reels you in from the first chapter … Set aside a weekend because you won’t be able to put it down after you start reading.’

– Courier Mail

‘Another gripping psychological thriller from the home-grown author of The Sunday Girl.’

– WHO Magazine

‘Twisty-turny domestic noir.’

– New Idea Book of The Month

'This addictive page turner enthralls from cover to cover … exposes a relationship marked by love, lies, betrayal, tragedy and deception. An author we need to watch.’

– Mrs. B’s Book Reviews

‘The next Liane Moriarty.'

– Stellar

‘Written with pace, intrigue and a series of disorientating twists that keeps you guessing to the end’

– Sydney Morning Herald