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Nancy Werlin

The author of 10 young adult novels, Nancy Werlin decided to become a writer in the fourth grade when she realized that there were actual, real, living people whose job it was to write books.
Among her award-winning novels are THE KILLER'S COUSIN, which won the Edgar award for best mystery; THE RULES OF SURVIVAL, which was a finalist for both the National Book Award and the LA Times Book Prize; and IMPOSSIBLE, which was a New York Times bestseller.
Her latest (out on June 6, 2017) is the suspense thriller AND THEN THERE WERE FOUR, in which five teens discover that their parents are trying to kill them.