Strangers in Budapest
Now available in paperback from Algonquin Books
Budapest: gorgeous city of secrets, with ties to a shadowy, bloody past. It is to this enigmatic European capital that a young American couple, Annie and Will, move from Boston with their infant son shortly after the fall of the Communist regime. For Annie, it is an effort to escape the ghosts that haunt her past, and Will wants simply to seize the chance to build a new future for his family. Eight months later, their lives—and their marriage—are thrown into turmoil when an elderly Jewish American WWII veteran, bent on revenge against a man he believes seduced, married, and then murdered his daughter, reaches out for help.
Praise for Strangers in Budapest
"A rare achievement for an American novel of this international emphasis, it revels in the complexity of its appeal." Entertainment Weekly
"A slow burn of an international psychological thriller." Library Journal
"With chills lurking around each corner...a perfect page-turner." Boston Magazine
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