Nancy Werlin

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Nancy Werlin (born October 29, 1961)[1] is an American writer of young-adult novels. She was born in Peabody, Massachusetts,[1] raised in that state, and graduated with a B.A. in English from Yale College. She was a National Book Award nominee for The Rules of Survival, a winner of the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Novel for The Killer's Cousin in 1999, and an Edgar award finalist for Locked Inside.


  • Are You Alone on Purpose? (1994)
  • The Killer's Cousin (1998)
  • Locked Inside (2000)
  • Black Mirror (2001)
  • Double Helix (2004)
  • The Rules of Survival (2006)
  • Impossible (2008)
  • Extraordinary (2010)
  • Unthinkable (2013) – sequel to Impossible
  • And Then There Were Four (2017)


  1. ^ a b Nancy Werlin at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database. Retrieved 2014-02-12.

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