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Ann Redisch Stampler

Biography

Ann Redisch Stampler

Ann Redisch Stampler is the author of the young adult novels AFTERPARTY and WHERE IT BEGAN as well as half a dozen picture books. Her work has garnered an Aesop accolade, the National Jewish Book Award, Sydney Taylor honors, the Middle East Book Award, and Bank Street Best Books of the Year mentions. She lives in Los Angeles, California, with her husband, Rick.

Ann Redisch Stampler

Books by Ann Redisch Stampler

by Ann Redisch Stampler - Fiction, Mystery, Suspense, Thriller, Young Adult 14+

Nicolette Holland is the girl everyone likes. And she’s pretty sure she can get away with anything...until a young woman is brutally murdered in the woods near her house. Which is why she has to disappear. Jack Manx has always been the stand-up guy with the killer last name. But straight A’s and athletic trophies can’t make people forget that his father was a hit man and his brother is doing time for armed assault. Just when Jack is about to head to college, his brother pulls him into the family business with inescapable instructions: find Nicolette and get rid of her. Or else Jack and everyone he loves will pay the price. As Nicolette and Jack race to outsmart each other, tensions --- and attractions --- run high.

by Ann Redisch Stampler

Emma is tired of being good, which is why meeting Siobhan --- who is fun and alluring and experienced and lives life on the edge --- is the best thing that ever happened to her. And the most dangerous. Because as intoxicating as her secret life may be, their high-stakes pacts are spinning out of control, elaborate lies become second nature, and loyalties and boundaries are blurred. And it all comes to a head at the infamous Afterparty, a bash where debauchery rages and an intense, inescapable confrontation ends in a plummet from the rooftop...

by Ann Redisch Stampler - Fiction, Romance, Young Adult 14+

Gabby Gardiner wakes up in a hospital bed looking like a cautionary ad for drunk driving --- and without a single memory of the accident that landed her there. But what she can recall, in frank and sardonic detail, is the year leading up to the crash.