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Two former college roommates, Alice and Lucy, are reunited in Tangier in 1956 where Alice lives with her husband, John. Lucy, still dangerously obsessed with Alice, arrives in Tangier unannounced, eager to pick up where their relationship ended, badly.
The New York Times said "At times, 'Tangerine' reads as if it were reverse-engineered from a scholarly paper about suspense fiction. Happily, you can write a satisfying, juicy thriller this way, if not a blazingly original one."
- Miller, Laura (March 26, 2018). ""Tangerine": A Début Novel That Delights in Excess". The New Yorker.
- Reese, Jennifer (March 27, 2018). "In a Thriller About Girlfriends, Which Femme Is Fatale?". The New York Times.
- Patrick, Bethanne (March 27, 2018). "'Tangerine' Charts An Obsessive Friendship Turned Sour". NPR.
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