"In Tips for Living, Reneé Shafransky proves herself to be a terrific storyteller. In addition to perfect pacing and edge-of-the seat suspense, the story has a genuinely appealing narrator whose humor and smarts grabbed me from the start and never let me go. The minute I finished I wanted more!”
    Nancy Star, bestselling author of Sisters One, Two, Three

“An immersive, pitch-perfect debut. Tips for Living is a must-read.”
    A. J. Banner, Amazon and USA Today bestselling author

“A terrific and nuanced novel from an original new voice in suspense. Shafransky weaves an intriguing tale of mystery and murder with ease and genuine insight. You’ll absolutely love it. I sure did.” 
     Gregg Olsen, #1 New York Times bestselling author

Move over, Girl on a Train, and give up your seat to Nora Glasser, the fascinatingly complex wronged woman at the center of Tips for Living, Renée Shafransky’s rollicking good ride of a novel. The immensely talented Shafransky deftly balances a page-turning whodunit with the darker undertones of a story about class warfare in a picturesque New York seaside town where summer people and townies clash and attract. And nearly everyone seems capable of murder. All aboard. You’ll be sorry when this trip is over.”
       Gloria Norris, author of KooKooLand