Still Here by Amy Stuart (Simon & Schuster) debuted at #7 on the Globe and Mail Canadian Fiction bestseller list, as well as #8 on the Toronto Star Canadian Fiction bestseller list!

It was a week of fantastic event activity for Amy Stuart, starting with her virtual launch/dance party hosted by Book City, as well as a truly incredible panel event alongside Megan Miranda, Roz Nay, and Samantha Bailey with Kitchener Public Library on Monday. Amy also had a great event with the Eleanor London Cote St Luc Library in Montreal on Thursday, and has many more events upcoming.

Amy’s “Day in the Life” was also featured on Toronto Guardian, and the book was included in the CBC Books roundup of 14 Canadian Mysteries and Thrillers to Read This Summer. The book was also included in Quill & Quire’s latest preview, who call her “one of Canada’s top thriller writers”.

Previously, Still Here was chosen as one of Indigo’s Most Anticipated Books of 2020, as a CBC Books Summer Reading List pick, and was in Toronto Star’s summer roundup, which said that the book has “enough shivers to cool you down on a hot day”! It was also a 49th Shelf Most Anticipated Spring 2020 Book.

Since bursting onto the scene with her 2016 novel Still Mine, Toronto’s Amy Stuart has become one of Canada’s top thriller writers, thanks to her fierce but troubled protagonist, investigator Clare O’Dey.
Quill & Quire

Women writing thrillers have been dominating the bestsellers lists for a few years now, and that trend shows no sign of slowing down this spring. Canadian women writing thrillers you’ll want to grab include…Amy Stuart with the thriller “Still Here.”
Toronto Star

The reigning queen of Canadian thrillerdom
Reader’s Digest Canada

Enough shivers to cool you down on a hot day.
Toronto Star

Amy’s stories are dark and gritty—just the way I like them, which makes his book a perfect summer read.
49th Shelf

Amy Stuart is the #1 bestselling author of three novels, Still Mine, Still Water, and Still Here. Shortlisted for the Arthur Ellis Best First Novel Award and winner of the 2011 Writers Union of Canada Short Fiction Competition, Amy’s writing has previously appeared in newspapers and magazines across Canada. In 2012, Amy completed her MFA in Creative Writing through the University of British Columbia. She lives in Toronto with her husband and their three sons. Amy is represented by Samantha Haywood.