Megan Miranda

Megan Miranda is the New York Times best-selling author of The Missing Girls, her first novel for adults.

Her second novel of psychological suspense is The Perfect Stranger, and she has also written several books for young adults.

Miranda grew up in New Jersey, and graduated from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Megan is a former high school teacher and lives in North Carolina with her husband and two children.

Bibliography

Fracture (2011)

Hysteria (2013)

Vengeance (2014)

Soulprint (2015)

The Safest Lies (2016)

All the Missing Girls (2016)

The Perfect Stranger (2017)

http://www.meganmiranda.com/

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