‘An Unwanted Guest’ meets Persian readers
Publish Date : Saturday 2 November 2019 - 18:27
IBNA- The New York Times bestseller novel ‘An Unwanted Guest’ by Canadian novelist Shari Lapena has been translated into Persian to meet Persian readers.
According to IBNA correspondent, the twisty thriller has been translated into Persian by Houshmand Dehghan and released by Sales Publishing in 346 pages.
Synopsis of ‘An Unwanted Guest’
reads: “A weekend retreat at a cozy mountain lodge is supposed to be the perfect getaway . . . but when the storm hits, no one is getting away
It's winter in the Catskills and Mitchell's Inn, nestled deep in the woods, is the perfect setting for a relaxing-maybe even romantic-weekend away. It boasts spacious old rooms with huge woodburning fireplaces, a well-stocked wine cellar, and opportunities for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, or just curling up with a good murder mystery.
So when the weather takes a turn for the worse, and a blizzard cuts off the electricity-and all contact with the outside world-the guests settle in and try to make the best of it.
Soon, though, one of the guests turns up dead-it looks like an accident. But when a second guest dies, they start to panic.
Within the snowed-in paradise, something-or someone-is picking off the guests one by one. And there's nothing they can do but hunker down and hope they can survive the storm-and one another.
is best known for her 2016 thriller novel ‘The Couple Next Door’, which was a bestseller both in Canada and internationally. Lapena, a lawyer and English teacher before beginning her writing career, published her debut novel ‘Things Go Flying’ in 2008.