Exclusive First Read: Night Film, by Marisha Pessl
Marisha Pessl’s dark, cinematic, and wildly-over-the-top new novel Night Film starts with a mysterious death: Ashley Cordova, troubled former child prodigy and daughter of mysterious filmmaker Stanislas Cordova, is found dead at the bottom of a disused elevator shaft, an apparent suicide … read our exclusive excerpt here. 
Seriously, read it!  Everyone here is absolutely nuts about this book.

Exclusive First Read: Night Film, by Marisha Pessl

Marisha Pessl’s dark, cinematic, and wildly-over-the-top new novel Night Film starts with a mysterious death: Ashley Cordova, troubled former child prodigy and daughter of mysterious filmmaker Stanislas Cordova, is found dead at the bottom of a disused elevator shaft, an apparent suicide … read our exclusive excerpt here.

Seriously, read it!  Everyone here is absolutely nuts about this book.

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