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When All the Girls Are Sleeping

When All the Girls Are Sleeping


When All the Girls Are Sleeping

About the Book

For fans of People Like Us and The Cheerleaders comes an all new psychological suspense novel about one girl's investigation into her friend's sudden death and the unsettling possibility that a killer is still on the loose.

Windham-Farnswood Academy is beautiful, prestigious, historic--the perfect place for girls to prep for college. But every student knows all is not as it seems. Each January, the Winter Girl comes knocking. She's the spirit who haunts the old senior dorm, and this year is no exception.

For Haley, the timing couldn't be worse. This month marks the one-year anniversary of the death of her ex-best friend, Taylor. When a disturbing video of Taylor surfaces, new questions about her death emerge. And it actually looks like Taylor was murdered.

Now, as Haley digs into what really happened last year, her search keeps bringing her back to the Winter Girl. Haley wants to believe ghosts aren't real, but the clues--and the dark school history she begins to undercover--say otherwise. Now it's up to her to solve the mystery before history has a chance to repeat itself and another life is taken.

"A skillfully plotted mystery,...dark secrets await." --Holly Jackson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Good Girl's Guide to Murder on Emily Arsenault's All the Pretty Things

Product Details

On sale: July 13, 2021
Age: 14 and up
Grade: Grade 9 & Up
Page count: 448 Pages
ISBN: 9780593180792
Reading level: Lexile: HL720L

Author Bio

Emily Arsenault is the author of several literary mysteries, including In Search of the Rose Notes, a Wall Street Journal Best Book of the Year; The Broken Teaglass, a New York Times Notable Crime Book; and The Evening Spider. She lives in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, with her husband and daughter. All the Pretty Things and When All the Girls Are Sleeping are her novels for young adults. To learn more about Emily and her books go to emilyarsenault.com or follow her on Facebook.


Praise for When All the Girls Are Sleeping:

"A tantalizingly suspenseful read. ... a spooky and compelling examination of what truly haunts us.” 

“This book kept me hooked from the first page . . . undoubtedly my favorite of the new book releases in July 2021.”

"Don't read this book at night!  Every word will chill and thrill you--and ultimately keep you racing to turn the pages until you reach the very satisfying end." —Meg Cabot, New York Times best-selling author of the Mediator series

"A moody, haunting, and pristinely plotted mystery with enough eerie twists, turns, and gasps to keep you up at night." —Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times bestselling author of Girl in Pieces and You'd Be Home Now

"A menacing countdown grips hold of you while a sense of foreboding sneaks in like a winter fog. The twist was one I didn't see coming, a whip-smart and satisfying conclusion that kept me up all night!" —Katrina Leno author of Horrid

"Fans of Nova Ren Suma or Moïra Fowley-Doyle will appreciate this layered look at girlhood, ghosts, and trauma." —The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books

Teens will be spellbound until the very end.” —SLJ

Praise for Emily Arsenault's All the Pretty Things:

“A skillfully plotted mystery, bursting with the glare and feverish energy of its summer amusement park setting. The atmosphere creeps up on you, wraps you up, and transports you to Fabuland with Ivy, where you’ll discover that among the roller-coasters and cotton-candy stalls, dark secrets await.” —Holly Jackson, #1 New York Times bestselling author of A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder

“A dark and timely thriller that explores the messy bonds of friendship and family. It kept me guessing until its satisfying, heartbreaking conclusion.” —Amelia Brunskill, author of The Window

"Taking turns right up to the end...this is more than a thriller, filled with mystery and intrigue. It also speaks to the complexity and internalized struggle of guilt, loss, and loving someone you can’t trust." —SLJ

"Atmospheric,...the dark treatment of a unique setting will be enough to intrigue readers looking for something in the vein of Courtney Summers' Sadie." —Booklist