‘The Passenger’ by Lisa Lutz

Her latest novel, The Passenger, is about a woman on the move who takes on different identities, hoping to escape a dark past.

During her journey across the country, Tanya Dubois meets Blue, a bartender intrigued by Dubois’ adventure.

Blue and Dubois take a wild ride of thrilling escapes, tests of loyalty and an ongoing series of aliases, with hopes of never looking back.

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