Books by Elizabeth Brundage

ALL THINGS CEASE TO APPEAR by Elizabeth Brundage
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 8, 2016

"With a storyline that tightens like a constrictor, this is a book that you won't want to read alone late at night."
You get in your car, drive to work, park, and go inside. An ordinary day—except, back at home, someone is chopping your wife to bits, the opening gambit in Brundage's (A Stranger Like You, 2010, etc.) smart, atmospheric thriller.Read full book review >
A STRANGER LIKE YOU by Elizabeth Brundage
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 9, 2010

"A psychological thriller with neither compelling insight nor thrills."
A high-minded female Hollywood studio executive is trapped in the kind of lurid drama she hates when she is abducted by a sociopath whose script she rejected. Read full book review >
SOMEBODY ELSE’S DAUGHTER by Elizabeth Brundage
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: July 21, 2008

"Uneasy mix of romance, Grand Guignol theatrics and literary gushing."
A creative-writing instructor returns to the Berkshires where the child he gave up for adoption lives with her wealthy and loving but very troubled parents. Read full book review >
THE DOCTOR’S WIFE by Elizabeth Brundage
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 21, 2004

"A lifeless and overwritten ('Albany was a city that wept bitterly and did not apologize for its weeping,' etc.) exercise in stereotypes—the venal clergyman, the workaholic husband, the religious fanatic, the dissipated artist—that provides very little to convince or delight."
Wooden first novel about the trouble that ensues when the wife of an obstetrician who performs abortions has an affair with a local artist married to a deranged pro-lifer. Read full book review >