Brooklyn Author’s Debut Mystery Novel Explores How Far People Will Go to Keep a Secret Buried

Image courtesy of Crown Publishing
Image courtesy of Crown Publishing

In 2009, Lindsay Bach was a recent college grad with a great magazine job and a group of hard-partying friends who used a Bushwick loft as the setting for their epic get-togethers. But the group is torn apart after one of Lindsay’s friends is found dead next to a suicide note.

Years later, Lindsay discovers a disturbing video that forces her to question whether her friend’s death was indeed a suicide – and worse, whether or not she had something to do with it. The young journalist begins her own investigation into what happened and is surprised by the results.

The Lost Night (Crown Publishing, February 26, 2019), the debut novel by Andrea Bartz, centers on a young woman who discovers a video that forces her to relive the tragic death of one of her close friends in order to uncover the truth of what really happened.

New York Times bestselling novelist, Jessica Knoll called The Lost Night, “tightly paced and skillfully plotted.”

Author Andrea Bartz. Photo credit: Kate Lord

Author Andrea Bartz is a journalist and essayist. Previously, she was a senior editor at Glamour, Fit Pregnancy, Psychology Today, and other magazines. She grew up in the suburbs of Milwaukee and graduated from Northwestern University’s school of journalism, and in 2010, she coauthored the blog and book Stuff Hipsters Hate. She lives in Brooklyn. Her second novel, The Herd, will be published in 2020. 

To learn more about the author, visit andreabartz.com. You can follow Andrea Bartz on Twitter and Instagram at @andibartz.

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