Praise for How Quickly She Disappears:

An IndieNext and Library Reads Pick.

“Fleischmann tells his story with such skill that it is hard to believe this is a debut novel … The author tells the tale with the musical prose of a literary novelist at the top of his game.”
The Associated Press

“Lyrical … propulsive … a tense, character-rich thriller. ”
The Star-Tribune

“[A] brooding, suspenseful debut novel … part dark fairy tale and part astute character study of a woman cracking under the combined pressures of isolation and past trauma.”
The Columbus Dispatch

“An utterly absorbing period saga … A graceful, daring, deathless story.”
Claire Vaye Watkins, author of Gold Fame Citrus

“… A compelling exploration of the power of unresolved grief and unanswered questions.”

“That rarest of gifts, a novel paced like a thriller but written with the aching grace of literary fiction.”
Riley Sager, New York Times-bestselling author of Lock Every Door

“A masterful psychological thriller … What a wonderful debut from a gifted new writer.”
Heather Young, author of The Lost Girls

“An author to watch on the literary-thriller scene.”
Booklist, starred review

“Riveting and terrifying.”
Diane Les Becquets, New York Times-bestselling author of Breaking Wild

“A beautiful blend of high tension and literary elegance, both deeply moving and immediately engaging.”
Michael Koryta, New York Times-bestselling author of How It Happened

“[A] haunting thriller … Fleischmann’s first novel shows a mastery of mixing forms of storytelling to propel the plot forward.”
The Herald-Times

“A novel of the highest suspense … This fast-paced book took hold of me from the start and wouldn’t let go.”
Lee Martin, Pulitzer Prize finalist author of The Bright Forever

How Quickly She Disappears enthralls from the first page to the last.”
Lydia Fitzgerald, author of Lights All Night Long

“A novel of exquisite suspense … The final chapters left me breathless with terror and hope.”
Miciah Bay Gault, author of Goodnight Stranger