On the morning of July 9th 2012, New York Times investigative reporter Andrew Stilman is jogging along the Hudson River when he feels a sudden, sharp pain in his lower back. He collapses in a pool of blood. When he regains consciousness, it's May 7th 2012 - exactly two months earlier. From that moment on, Andrew has sixty days to uncover his murderer. Sixty days to find out who wants him dead and why. From New York City to Buenos Aires, Andrew embarks on a gripping race against time. By turns funny and heartrending, this page-turner builds up to a mind-blowing denouement.
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"Unfortunately, Levy can't seem to decide whether he's writing a ghost story, a geopolitical thriller or a spy novel, and the story never really coalesces enough to satisfy.An eerie premise, indeed, but this murky thriller can't quite stick the landing." - Kirkus
A breathtaking thriller. Marc Levy expertly has us whirl with him from the first page to the very last." Le Parisien (France)
"We dive right into the action... If Marc Levy had to replay it, he wouldn't need to change a thing." Gala (France)
"It will make your head turn just enough to lose yourself for hours and forget your daily worries. As soon as you dive in, you find yourself unable to stop turning the pages." L'Est Républicain (France)
"Marc Levy's trademark skills are on full display: wonderful story-telling, emotion, and great suspense." Canal Plus (France)
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Marc Levy lives in New York's west village, is a practiced and personable reader, and speaks English exceptionally well. If Only It Were True, his first novel, was an instant #1 bestseller. North American sales ofIf Only It Were True topped 350,000; UK/ANZ sales reached 33,000. The film rights were sold to Spielberg's Dreamworks and the 2001 film starred Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. The combined sales of Marc Levy's thirteen novels, translated into 45 languages, have surpassed the 27 million copy mark worldwide. Marc Levy is the most read French author in the world.
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