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An Anonymous Girl \ Una chica anónima (Spanish edition), Hendricks, Greer & Pekkanen, Sarah

An Anonymous Girl \ Una chica anónima (Spanish edition)

Author: Hendricks, Greer, Pekkanen, Sarah
Publisher: HarperCollins Espanol
ISBN: 9780062965516, Related ISBNs: 0062965514, 9780062965509, 9780062965516
Classification: Fiction


Para ganar dinero fácil, Jessica Farris acepta ser objeto de un estudio clínico sobre ética y moral. Pero a medida que pasan los dias, se desdibuja la línea entre lo que es real y los experimentos psicológicos a los que ha aceptado someterse. 

Quien dirige el estudio parece saber en todo momento lo que Jess sabe... y lo que oculta. ¿Es posible que además de estudiar el comportamiento de Jessica, la estén manipulando? 

Atrapada en una telaraña de celos y seducción, Jess se da cuenta rapidamente de que algunas obsesiones pueden ser mortales. 

Llena de intriga y vueltas de tuerca inesperadas, Una chica anónima te cautivará de la primera página a su sorprendente desenlace. 

SARAH PEKKANEN es autora bestseller internacional de ocho libros. Fue periodista de investigación y escritora galardonada. Sus artículos han sido publicados en The Washington Post, USA Today, entre otros. Vive a las afueras de Washington D.C. 

GREER HENDRICKS fue editora durante más de dos décadas en Simon & Schuster. Anterior a eso, trabajo en la revista Allure y obtuvo una maestría en Periodismo en la Universidad de Columbia. Sus escritos han sido publicados en The New York Times y Publishers Weekly. Vive en Manhattan. 

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