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The Disappearance of Stephanie Mailer
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28 February 2019

The Disappearance of Stephanie Mailer

After The Truth comes The Disappearance. Only Dicker could surpass himself.

The most powerful thriller in years: a work of enormous, constant ambition. Another sophisticated, addictive narrative mechanism.

The night of July 30, 1994, the placid town of Orphea in the Hamptons attends the grand opening of the theater festival. But the mayor is delayed... Meanwhile, Samuel Paladin speeds through the empty streets looking for his wife, until he finds her body in front of the mayor's house. Inside, the whole family has been killed.

Jesse Rosenberg and Derek Scott are the two young New York police officers who successfully solve the case, but twenty years later, at Rosenberg's retirement ceremony, journalist Stephanie Mailer confronts him: she claims that Jesse and Derek were wrong about the murder despite the proof in front of them, and that she holds key information. But days later, she disappears.

Thus begins this colossal thriller that progresses through the past and the present at a dizzying pace, adding plots, characters, surprises and twists, shaking and pushing the reader to the unexpected and unforgettable ending.

About the Author
Joël  Dicker

Joël Dicker is a francophone Swiss writer who was born in Geneva on the 16th of June 1985. He then took his first steps as a writer. His first short story, "Le Tigre", was awarded a Young Auhor International Prize in 2005 and was published by the "Editions de l’Hèbe" (Switzerland). The manuscript of his first novel, "Les derniers jours de nos père", was completed in 2009 but could not find a publisher until 2012 when he was co-published by "Fallois and L’âge d’homme Editions". His second novel, "La Vérité sur l’Affaire Harry Quebert" was published in 2012 by "Fallois" and was laureate of the Grand Prix du roman de l’Académie française and the Prix Goncourt des Lycéens (younger sibling of the Prix Goncourt).

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