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From a distance, Claudia Castro has it all: a famous family, a trust fund, thousands of Instagram followers, and a spot in NYU's freshman class. But look closer, and things are messier: her parents are separating, she's just been humiliated by a sleazy documentary, and her sister is about to have a baby with a man she barely knows.Claudia starts the school year resolved to find a path toward something positive, maybe even meaningful - and then one drunken night everything changes. Reeling, her memory hazy, Claudia cuts herself off from her family, seeking solace in a new friendship. But when the rest of school comes back from spring break, Claudia is missing.Suddenly, the whole city is trying to piece together the hours of that terrible night.

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Julia Dahl

Julia Dahl was born in Fresno, Calif., to a Lutheran father and a Jewish mother. She currently lives in Brooklyn, N.Y., and writes about crime and justice for CBSNews.com.Julia's first novel, "Invisible City" was nominated for an Edgar Award, a Thriller Award, a Mary Higgins Clark Award and an Anthony Award for Best First Novel, and was named one of the Boston Globe's Best Books of 2014. "Invisible City" won the Barry Award, the Shamus Award, and the Macavity Award for Best First Novel.Julia is a former freelance reporter for the New York Post and her articles have appeared in Mental Floss, Salon, the Columbia Journalism Review, the San Francisco Chronicle, the Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, Pacific Standard, Marie Claire and Seventeen, among others.

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