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Celebrity-studded parties that last long into the night. Camera flashes and designer clothes. And a body found floating in the Venice Beach canals.

But let’s start at the beginning.

Justine Childs is your average teenage girl, until the day ex-child-star Eva Kate Kelly moves in across the way. Eva Kate is gorgeous, seductive, and eager to invite Justine into her glittery world. Their relationship intensifies quickly, but there is a lot they aren't telling each other, and in the midst of the whirlwind, a girl lies dead. Who killed Eva Kate? Justine swears her innocence—and she’d like you to hear her side of the story.

About the Author

Zara Lisbon is a writer of fiction and poetry. She grew up in Venice, California, and has an MFA in creative writing from Vermont College of Fine Arts. Fake Plastic Girl is her first novel.

Praise For…

"Zara Lisbon's debut is as fast-paced, fascinating, and frightening as celebrity itself." —BJ Novak

"A dark, comic, funny, sad, gorgeous Los Angeles noir of a book. Don't miss this one!" —Melissa de la Cruz, New York Times-bestselling author of the Alex & Eliza trilogy

"Uh . . . this book has everything. Star studded parties, ex-child-stars, and a murder mystery? Add it to your TBR list immediately." —Cosmopolitan

"Jaded teens, tabloid travails, and murder, oh my!" —Kirkus Reviews

Product Details
ISBN: 9781250156297
ISBN-10: 1250156297
Publisher: Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)
Publication Date: March 26th, 2019
Pages: 288
Language: English

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Staff Picks

"The celery stalks at midnight!!!"

This book is a CLASSIC. Bunnicula is such a charmingly good time: you enter the Monroe household and join Harold (the family dog) and Chester (the family cat) as they witness the acts of the Monroe family's newest pet, a vampire rabbit that's sucking the juice out of vegetable every night!!!!! *GASP*

What a fantastic time this book is, seeing the world through the eyes of two family pets as they investigate this strange and mysterious new bunny in their house!

(Middle Grade, Ages 8+) - reviewed by Isabel