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Ghosts of Bergen County, by Dana Cann, from Tin House Books

Top Indie Fiction Lists:

Spring, Library Journal

April, Chicago Review

"Verdict: Absorbingly written, this will appeal to readers of literary fiction as well as high-end mystery."

"Cann’s novel is an impressive, accomplished effort, nuanced in its depiction of complex interpersonal drama and eerie elements of the supernatural."

"Ghosts of Bergen County is a beautiful, trenchant book. Dana Cann's characters are so complicated and vulnerable, so profoundly human and wounded, that they linger in the reader's memory like family snapshots. This is a courageous and revelatory novel, the beginning of a gifted writer's long career."

Bret Anthony Johnston, author Remember Me Like This

"Dana Cann picks up where John Cheever left off, riding the commuter rail from suburb to city with hotshot investment bankers and commodities traders, exhuming not-so-shiny lives of heroin, ghosts, and grief. I felt haunted by Ghosts of Bergen County while reading it, and still do."  

Dan Pope, author


"Elegantly written and sharply observed, Ghosts of Bergen County is both riveting and moving, a story about the love and longing that hold us together, as our ghosts conspire to tear us apart."

Kimberly McCreight, author

 Where They Found Her

Available online and in bookstores on April 27, 2016

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