All of Us - A Novel of Suspense
Publisher: The Mysterious Press
A.F. Carter is the pseudonym for a New York Times-bestselling author of over twenty books. Her disorder makes Carolyn the ultimate unreliable narrator. For readers of other thrillers with unreliable narrators, including Gone Girl, Girl on the Train, and Woman in the Window. Crime novels driven by dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality) are common enough, but All of Us shatters that predictable mold—Carolyn’s disorder is an element of a nuanced portrait of childhood trauma, as in Sybil. Carter lives in New York, where All of Us is set, and thus portrays a deep and textured view of the setting.