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Six years ago, Anna Williams—straight-A student and all-around golden child—vanished. 
Ever since, her  sister Katie has drifted through life, wracked with  grief and anger. But when her own future reaches a breaking point, Katie takes the disappearance into her own hands. 
For readers of Courtney Summers and Sarah Dessen, Fine is an unsettlingand ultimately hopeful, mystery that will break your heart and put it back together again. 

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Poignantly and skillfully rendered, Murphy’s writing gradually reveals what truly lies behind a perfect mask.

Kathy Berla
Author of "The House at 758" and "Going Places"

This book gets 5 stars from me. I flew through the pages and couldn’t get enough. This book is definitely hard to put down for all mystery-lovers and I will recommend it to every teenager looking for an exciting stand-alone. I feel like a lot of teenagers will be able to connect to Anna’s inner thoughts and Katie’s realization that the world is not what people made it out to be when you were a kid.

Elisa V.
Reviewer on Net Galley

I loved this book! Fine kept me intrigued and invested with the characters till the last page. I loved how the story was told in mixed media and even included pictures.

Bianca D.
Reviewer on Net Galley


AmyLea Murphy

AmyLea Murphy is a former attorney and the author of Fine, a young adult mystery novel about one girl’s search for answers to why her sister vanished, and what it really means to be “fine.”

A survivor of many things, including cancer, AmyLea has dedicated her life to bringing light into the darkest moments. She enjoys writing about life-changing moments that unearth the resilient beauty of the human spirit in the hopes it empowers her readers to embrace life in all of its messiness.

When she isn’t writing, AmyLea can be found dancing and singing in the car with the windows down. Or walking along the beach. Or eating warm cookies. She currently lives in Southern California with her husband and three children.