Ever since he was murdered, life has not been the same for Andrew Stilman. On the morning of July 9, 2012, New York Times investigative reporter Andrew Stilman is jogging along the Hudson River when he feels a sudden, sharp pain in his lower back. He collapses in a pool of blood. When he regains consciousness, it’s May 7, 2012—exactly two months earlier. Andrew now has sixty days to find out who wants him dead and why. This may be his only chance. From New York City to Buenos Aires, Andrew embarks on a gripping race against time. Expertly plotted and cleverly told, this thrilling page-turner by France’s most popular contemporary novelist builds up to a mind-blowing denouement.
Marc Levy’s novels have sold over thirty million copies and been translated into over 40 languages, making him today’s most widely read French author. His English language debut, If Only It Were True, sold almost half a million copies and was made into a film starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo. Levy lives in New York’s West Village with his wife and son.