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'The latest in the thriller series behind Netflix stalker blockbusterÂ You' The Guardian â€˜Crazy, sexy, cool: Caroline Kepnes gets better â€“ and Joe Goldberg gets worse â€“ with every bookâ€™ Erin Kelly 'Joe Goldberg continues his murderous spree across the United States, finding people even worse than he is, then falling in love with them or killing them. Caroline Kepnes writes with such malevolent energy, such dark grace and such ink-black humour. An utterly unique character and an utterly unique writer, in a marriage made somewhere between heaven and hellâ€™Â Richard Osmanâ€‹ 'Another dark, thrilling, and blackly hilarious adventure from everyone's favourite murderer' Claire McGowan 'Fiendish, fast-paced, and very funny' Paula Hawkins, #1Â New York TimesÂ bestselling author ofÂ The Girl on the Train 'Caroline Kepnes is one of the smartest, most insightful writers out there with a true gift for crafting flawed, complicated characters'Â Â Nicola Yoon, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Sun Is Also a Star 'I absolutely loved it. Itâ€™s completely addictive, razor-sharp writing from Kepnes. Internet creeping at its most darkly humorous. Joeâ€™s back, and this time itâ€™s definitely real love'Â Â Catherine Steadman, New York Times bestselling author of Something in the Water '[Caroline] Kepnesâ€™s savage takedowns of pretentious blowhards continue to make Joe a more culturally aware Dexter, or perhaps a more romantic and humorous Hannibal, as he pillories the bad taste of his rivals and victims'Â Literary Hub â€˜Caroline Kepnes must be some kind of storytelling sorcerer. How else can Joe Goldberg â€• stalker, creep, multiple-murderer, blamer of everyone else but himself, a â€œlong overdue book, the one you never thought was comingâ€ â€• be such an entertaining narrator? Even Tom Ripley, Patricia Highsmithâ€™s famously amoral character (a clear inspiration for Kepnes), could be enjoyed at a third-person remove, unlike the in-your-face immediacy of Joeâ€™s blinkered perspective . . . brilliantâ€™Â The New York Times â€˜You Love MeÂ delivers and then some. You should read itâ€™Â Crimereads The highly anticipated new thriller in Caroline Kepnes's hit You series, now a blockbuster Netflix show . . . Joe Goldberg is back. And he's going to start a familyÂ â€“Â even if it kills him. Joe Goldberg is done with cities, done with the muck and the posers, done with Love. Now, he's saying hello to nature, to simple pleasures on a cosy island in the Pacific Northwest. For the first time in a long time, he can just breathe. He gets a job at the local library â€“Â he does know a thing or two about books â€“Â and that's where he meets her: Mary Kay DiMarco.Â Librarian. Joe won't meddle, he will not obsess. He'll win her the old fashioned way . . . by providing a shoulder to cry on, a helping hand. Over time, they'll both heal their wounds and begin theirÂ happily ever afterÂ in this sleepy town. The trouble is . . . Mary KayÂ already has a life. She's a mother. She's a friend. She's . . . busy. True love can only triumph if both people are willing to make room for the real thing. Joe cleared his decks. He's ready. And hopefully, with his encouragement and undying support, Mary KayÂ will do the right thing and make room forÂ him.