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Katie Lattari

Katie Lattari holds degrees from the University of Maine and the University of Notre Dame. Her first novel, American Vaudeville, a small press work, was published in 2016. A native of Brooklyn, New York, she now lives in Bangor, Maine, with her husband, Kevin, and their cat, Alex. Dark Things I Adore is Katie’s debut thriller.
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