In Francesca Serritella’s psychological thriller, Ghosts of Harvard, Cadence Archer arrives on Harvard’s campus searching for answers about her brother, a schizophrenic genius who leapt from his dorm room window the year before. Then she starts hearing voices…
“Ghosts of Harvard is written with a masterly, focused hand, belying the fact that this is Serritella’s debut novel. The pages burn with frenetic energy and are peopled by memorable, compelling characters. The tension is palpable, the twists and surprises perfectly timed and the stakes as high as humans should be asked to endure. The end result, a novel you will long remember and characters you will want to see again. A triumph in every respect,” says New York Times bestselling author David Baldacci.
Francesca is the New York Times’ bestselling author of a nine-book series of essay collections co-written with her mother, bestselling author Lisa Scottoline, and based on “Chick Wit,” their Sunday column in The Philadelphia Inquirer. She graduated cum laude from Harvard University, where she won multiple awards for her fiction, including the Thomas T. Hoopes Prize.
Lisa and Francesca are offering a free paperback of a reader’s choice from their humor series for purchasing Ghosts of Harvard before May 5. For details, click here.