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Sara Shepard

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Sara Shepard is an American author known for the bestselling Pretty Little Liars series of young-adult novels.

  Biography  

Shepard graduated from Downingtown West High School in Downingtown, Pennsylvania in 1995, and got her undergraduate degree from New York University. She later received an MFA from Brooklyn College. She recently moved from Tucson, Arizona back to Philadelphia's Main Line with her husband and dogs.

 Pretty Little Liars series
Shepard's bestselling Pretty Little Liars series of novels is "loosely based on her experiences growing up on Philadelphia's Main Line." The books chronicle the exploits of four teenage girls as a mysterious stalker known as "A" threatens to reveal their darkest secrets. An ABC Family show was created by Marlene King based on the book series. It is currently in its second season.
  1. Pretty Little Liars
  2. Flawless
  3. Perfect
  4. Unbelievable
  5. Wicked
  6. Killer
  7. Heartless
  8. Wanted
  9. Twisted
  10. Ruthless
  11. Stunning
  12. - Pretty Little Liars: Pretty Little Secrets

 The Visibles
Shepard's first novel for adults, The Visibles (is UK known as All The Things We Didn't Say), was published on May 5, 2009. Publishers Weekly called it "tightly constructed and captivating ... complicated, rewarding and full of heart," adding that "Shepard creates a rich reading experience in shying from simple answers and happy endings."

 The Lying Game series
In January 2010, Shepard announced that her next series after Pretty Little Liars would be another thriller series called The Lying Game, a four book series, about twin sisters separated at birth. An ABC Family show was created by Charles Pratt, Jr. based on the book series.
  1. The Lying Game
  2. Never Have I Ever
  3. Two Truths and A Lie
  4. Hide and Seek

 Everything We Ever Wanted
On October 10th, 2011, Shepard released a new novel, titled Everything We Ever Wanted.
A recently widowed mother of two, Sylvie Bates-McAllister finds her life upended by a late-night phone call from the headmaster of the prestigious private school founded by her grandfather where her adopted son Scott teaches. Allegations of Scott's involvement in a hazing scandal cause a ripple effect, throwing the entire family into chaos. For Charles, Sylvie's biological son, it dredges up a ghost from the past who is suddenly painfully present. For his wife Joanna, it forces her to reevaluate everything she's hoped for in the golden Bates-McAllisters. And for Scott, it illuminates harsh truths about a world he has never truly felt himself a part of.

But for all the Bates-McAllisters, the call exposes a tangled web of secrets that ties the family together: the mystery of the school hazing, the event that tore Charles and Scott apart the night of their high school awards ceremony, and the intended recipient of a certain bracelet. The quest to unravel the truth takes the family on individual journeys across state lines, into hospitals, through the Pennsylvania woods, and face-to-face with the long-dormant question: what if the life you always planned for and dreamed of isn't what you want after all?

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