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Doubleday was founded in 1897. Among their first bestsellers was The Day's Work by Rudyard Kipling. Today, Doubleday publishes an array of commercial fiction, literary fiction and serious nonfiction titles.

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The Night Sister: A Novel

The Night Sister: A Novel - Jennifer McMahon "Sometimes all you need is to hide away in bed and lose yourself in the thrill of a truly scary book. The Night Sister, I assure you, is the perfect book to immerse yourself in. I raced through the book at breakneck speed, desperate to unravel the decades-long mystery that Jennifer McMahon so expertly crafts.

The book opens from the point of view of Amy, a lifelong inhabitant of the Tower Motel and a woman preparing to kill herself and her family. What pushed her to this desperate extreme? She leaves only one clue: an old family portrait with the words “29 Rooms” written across the bottom. The novel bounces back and forth between the points of view of various Tower Motel inhabitants and across decades to weave a deeply addicting tale.

Equal parts family drama, touching portrait of female relationships, and creepy horror mystery, The Night Sister is a book that will keep you on your toes and engage you in the chase to discover the secrets of the 29th room."

- Sarah Engelmann, Doubleday Marketing Department