The Others

The Others - Sarah Blau

The Others


For fans of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, a sharp, dark, and propulsive thriller about one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as 41-year-old Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. One of the country's preeminent feminist scholars--and one of Sheila's oldest friends--has been found murdered, a baby doll fixed to her hands. Twenty years before, these women had made a pact, swearing to follow the example of The Others, women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free.

But the years have not all been kind to The Others, and now, with her life on the line, Sheila will have to decide who among her shrinking social circle can be trusted--and who wants to make her pay the ultimate price.
A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

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For fans of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, a sharp, dark, and propulsive thriller about one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as 41-year-old Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. One of the country's preeminent feminist scholars--and one of Sheila's oldest friends--has been found murdered, a baby doll fixed to her hands. Twenty years before, these women had made a pact, swearing to follow the example of The Others, women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free.

But the years have not all been kind to The Others, and now, with her life on the line, Sheila will have to decide who among her shrinking social circle can be trusted--and who wants to make her pay the ultimate price.
A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"A dark and funny page-turner." Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

A biting and propulsive thriller in which a pact made twenty years before lands one woman at the heart of a murder investigation--but is she the next victim, or the primary suspect?

"Singularly creepy." ―​New York Times Book Review

"A dark and funny page-turner." ―Ayelet Gundar-Goshen, author of Waking Lions

As soon as Sheila hears the news, she knows the police will be calling. Dina Kaminer--one of Israel's preeminent feminist scholars and Sheila's oldest friend--has been found murdered, the word "mother" carved into her forehead and a baby doll fixed to her hands.

For Sheila, that word is a warning. Two decades before, she and Dina had joined a group of women who swore they would never have children. Instead, they would follow the example of "The Others," women the Torah considered childless, but they saw as willingly child-free. Sheila has upheld her vow year after year, even as her friendship with Dina fell apart. But now, as more women turn up dead, each transformed into a mother against her will, Sheila must decide if she's made the right choice . . . and who might want to make her pay the ultimate price.

An instant international bestseller with shades of The Perfect Nanny and My Sister, the Serial Killer, The Others is a dark, witty, and riveting psychological thriller.

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