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The Girl Who Lived: A Thrilling Suspense Novel

Ten years ago, four people were brutally murdered. One girl lived.

No one believes her story.
The police think she’s crazy.
Her therapist thinks she’s suicidal.
Everyone else thinks she’s a dangerous drunk.
They’re all right–but did she see the killer?

Gold Medal Winner — Best Mystery/Thriller eBook of the Year — Independent Publisher Book Awards

Winner Best Thriller — National Indie Excellence Awards

Winner Best Thriller — Silver Falchion Award

Finalist eBook Fiction — Indie Book Awards

Silver Medal Suspense — Reader’s Favorite Book Awards

Voted Most Loved Cover — NetGalley Readers

As the anniversary of the murders approaches, Faith Winters is released from the psychiatric hospital and yanked back to the last spot on earth she wants to be–her hometown where the slayings took place. Wracked by the lingering echoes of survivor’s guilt, Faith spirals into a black hole of alcoholism and wanton self-destruction. Finding no solace at the bottom of a bottle, Faith decides to track down her sister’s killer–only to discover that she’s the one being hunted.

How can one woman uncover the truth when everyone’s a suspect–including herself?

From the mind of Wall Street Journal bestselling author Christopher Greyson comes a story with twists and turns that take the reader to the edge of madness. The Girl Who Lived should come with a warning label: once you start reading, you won’t be able to stop. Not since Girl on the Train and Gone Girl has a psychological thriller kept readers so addicted–and guessing right until the last page.

Grab your copy of this highly-acclaimed psychological thriller today!

“Christopher Greyson has created a thriller on par with The Girl on the Train, only with more suspects, more danger, and more agony for the young heroine.” — Killer Nashville

“The plot turns come fast and furious… Sharp characters enmeshed in a mystery that, particularly in its final lap, is a gleefully dizzy ride.” — Kirkus Reviews

“Greyson is a master of weaving suspense and keeping the reader guessing…” — NetGalley Review

Christopher Greyson’s novels have been read by over a million readers and counting.

Look for other standalone novels by Wall Street Journal bestselling author Christopher Greyson. These books can be read in any order:

And Then She Was Gone (Prequel)
Girl Jacked
Jack Knifed
Jacks Are Wild
Jack and the Giant Killer
Data Jack
Jack of Hearts
Jack Frost

Christopher Greyson’s novels weave tales full of mystery, action, and suspense with laugh-out-loud humor and sizzling romance. His unique stories and no-nonsense style of writing will take you on a page-turning roller coaster ride of emotions right to the very end. Visit to find out more about your favorite characters, giveaways, and updates on new book releases.

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Anonymous says:

Intriguing Psychological Thriller I received an advanced copy of The Girl Who Lived.I am a huge fan of the Jack Stratton Series, by Christopher Greyson, so I was excited to receive The Girl Who Lived. I like mystery, suspense, thrillers, and psychological thrillers in general. This book definitely fits into those categories.Although the writing style is Christopher Greyson it is a departure from the Jack Stratton Series. The Girl Who Lived is a bit darker, it deals with survivors guilt and addictions…

Anonymous says:

Her life was nearly perfect. Even though she didn’t have her sisters looks Rugged, unbreakable, resilient, and tough as nails are just a few ways one could describe Faith. Her life was nearly perfect. Even though she didn’t have her sisters looks, she seemed to have everything else. A loving family and a beautiful friendship.It was all taken. Everything she had. How can someone begin to pick up the pieces? This novel proves there is only one way… revenge.Faith was willing and wanting to give her life to put a hault to her pain. She was so fragile. Never…

Anonymous says:

Highly recommended This was an excellent read that kept me on my toes from the first page to the last. I am not much of a sleuth, so as I read the book I kept thinking, “don’t trust him” or “don’t trust her.”. The ending was a surprise to me although I’m sure there are those who will say it was obvious from the beginning. It never is to me, so I always wonder about those kinds of statements. Anyway, this was a book about a young woman, Faith, whose father, sister, best friend and best friend’s mother were all…

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