This is a complete list of Karen M. McManus books in publication and chronological order, broken down by series or category.
July 30th, 2024: Such Charming Liars
Karen M. McManus was born on May 14th, 1969 and is currently 54 years old. Karen M. McManus was born in Massassachusetts, USA.
Karen M. McManus is probably best known for her Standalone Novels. There are currently 5 novels available. The first standalone was released in 2019 with the novel Two Can Keep a Secret. The most recently released novel was Nothing More to Tell which was released in 2022.
Karen M. McManus has also written the One of Us series which has 3 books including One of Us Is Lying and One of Us Is Next.
The following novels by Karen M. McManus were also nominated for these awards:
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Karen M. McManus was recommended by a teenage nephew I was eager to ignore because I don’t read novels with adolescent characters, and I don’t read YA. But you know what? I am starting to change my tune about the genre.
I wasn’t necessarily disappointed by Karen’s adaptation (One Of Us Is Lying). But as far as TV shows go, this one was average. It wasn’t until I read the novel version of the story that this author sunk her hooks into me.
Her books are addictive. This is one of those authors that keep you up late at night because you can’t stop thinking about their words.
The highest rated book by Karen M. McManus on Book Notification is Two Can Keep a Secret, a Standalone novel.
The most read book by Karen M. McManus on Book Notification is One of Us Is Lying, the 1st novel in the One of Us series.
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