The Sixes by Kate White
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KateWhite rises to the pinnacle of modern suspense with The Sixes, apage-turning stand-alone thriller from the New York Times bestsellingauthor of Hush, and the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitanmagazine. With taught prose evocative of Laura Lippman’sLife Sentences and Dennis Lehane’s MoonlightMile, White paints the sinister picture of a quiet Pennsylvaniacollege town left shaken after a mysterious death precipitates a cascade ofevil events on campus. When new teacher Phoebe Hall undertakes the dangerousquest of uncovering the truth behind the ghastly recent happenings, herinvestigation will send her into the clutches of a deadly secret society—theSixes—and unearth the dark relics of her own long-buried past.
 

About Kate White

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Kate White, the editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, is the New York Times bestselling author of the stand-alone novel Hush and the Bailey Weggins mystery series—If Looks Could Kill; A Body to Die For; ’Til Death Do Us Part; Over Her Dead Body; and Lethally Blond. White is also the author of popular career books for women, including Why Good Girls Don’t Get Ahead but Gutsy Girls Do. She lives in New York City.
 
Published August 2, 2011 by Harper. 579 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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Cosmo editor-in-chief White's prose—like a brisk walk through a tree-lined campus in autumn—is perfectly suited to the setting and tone of this stand-alone mystery thriller about mean girl games run amok.

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One of those mysteries involves a powerful secret society known as The Sixes.Well, so says the blurb for this latest novel by Kate White, but does the story live up to the promise?The biggest mystery is why a respectable college would actually want to hire a writer tainted by plagiarism to teach,...

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Book Reporter

I gravitate naturally to novels with a media background --- partly to relive my own deadline-ridden days as an editor and writer, and partly just to see if authors get the facts right.

Jun 28 2011 | Read Full Review of The Sixes: A Novel

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Mysterious Reviews

When a student goes missing, and is later found drowned, Glenda asks Phoebe to get involved in the on-campus investigation, but while she's at it to also learn what she can about a secret society that may exist, a group known only by their signature, the number 6.

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Open Salon

About Michelle Zaffino Michelle Zaffino has over 15 years of magazine and online publishing writing and editing experience.

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Sun Sentinel

Phoebe's ability to interview people -- and get them to tell her their deepest secrets -- uncovers other deaths and a few ruined lives that appear to be linked to The Sixes.

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