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HUSTLERS meets BIG LITTLE LIES in the heist of the summer...A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER'Propulsive and captivating' Vogue'Darkly comedic' Daily Mail

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Kirstin Chen is the author of Soy Sauce for Beginners and Bury What We Cannot Take. Born and raised in Singapore, she currently lives in San Francisco.
"Propulsive and captivating . . . A provocative story of fashion, friendship, and fakes (in more ways than one), with characters that both subvert and capitalize on the model-minority myth. No surprise that the sly feminist caper was the subject of a fierce eight-way bidding war for TV rights." - Vogue, The Best Books of 2022

"This one's as flashy as a designer store window, and just as enticing." - Good Housekeeping

"In this crime drama, a risk-averse former lawyer joins an elaborate fakebag scheme to finally get some thrills." - Cosmopolitan

"Chen's third novel is sly and subversive, an examination of motherhood and an incisive look at culture and class . . . A readalike for Amelia Morris's Wildcat, with a touch of crime." - Booklist (starred review)

"Centered on two women who partner on a global counterfeit luxury handbag business. I always wish there was more fashion in novels . . . My fun read of early summer!" - Kathy Wang, Entertainment Weekly

"This entertaining novel about two former roommates who run a counterfeit luxury handbag scam has it all!" - Buzzfeed

"Chen has written a fast-paced, character-forward story of two very different Asian American women seemingly inadvertently falling into a collaboration to build a global counterfeit handbag empire . . . Ingeniously constructed, this cinematic novel of friendship, ambition, and wanting more out of life will leave you guessing until the end." - Oprah Daily, 10 Must-Read Books for AAPI Heritage Month 2022

"Two Asian-American women turn a fake handbag scheme into a global enterprise. Need we say more?" - Parade, Our Favorite Books of Spring

"How good is Counterfeit by Kirstin Chen? The story of two Asian American women's wildly successful counterfeit handbag scheme has already been optioned for television." - Popsugar, The Best New Book Releases So Far

"Counterfeit is decadent and delicious. The sparkling storyline seduces with its compelling twists and turns even as Kirstin Chen deftly interrogates issues of race, identity, wealth and consumerism. A true delight for mind and heart from beginning to end." - Jean Kwok, New York Times bestselling author of Searching for Sylvie Lee

"Sly and thoroughly compelling, Kirstin Chen's Counterfeit illuminates the world of fake designer handbags, as ruthless adventuress Winnie and her upstanding former college roommate Ava build an illicit business out of bravado and lies. Nothing is as it seems, and Chen's ingenious plot will keep you breathless to the last page." - Claire Messud, New York Times bestselling author of The Burning Girl

"Counterfeit is a riveting and energetic novel about a world that so many of us encounter but rarely understand beyond the surface. Chen deftly guides readers through the exploits of old friends Ava and Winnie while also exploring the intricacies of friendship, class, culture, and survival."
- Balli Kaur Jaswal, acclaimed author of Erotic Stories for Punjabi Widows

"Kirstin Chen keeps readers on the edge of their seats as she weaves an addictive tale about the high/low world of counterfeit luxury handbags, spanning San Francisco to Guangzhou. A glittering, provocative read." - Janice Y. K. Lee, New York Times bestselling author of The Expatriates

"Think Hustlers with a little bit of Good Girls throw in for good measure." - Literary Hub

"Longstanding friendship, fake luxury, and elaborate theft . . . and from a writer whose previous novels have been utterly captivating-yes, please." - Electric Literature, 62 Books By Women of Color to Read in 2022

"[Chen] comes up with a winner in this clever, sharp, and slyly funny novel about a long con. . . . A delightfully different caper novel with a Gone Girl-style plot twist." - Kirkus

"It's a breezy read with unexpected twists, carried along by Ava's seemingly heartfelt confession to a police detective." - Bookpage

"Chen spins a clever tale offering two sides of a story involving a complicated friendship and knockoff handbags . . . The story is further deepened by the author's sharp, convincing details of the fashion industry and its shadow market, which lends this tale of fakes the tang of authenticity. Readers will be left guessing at the truth until the last page." - Publishers Weekly

"Counterfeit is as stylish and smart as its mastermind heroines. Kirstin Chen writes, with humor and verve, prose that's as addictive as a luxury handbag habit, and psychologically rich characters, too. Come for the con, stay for the insights into identity and self discovery, and the ever-elusive American dream." - Rachel Khong, award-winning author of Goodbye, Vitamin

"Bury What We Cannot Take explores what it takes to survive in a world gone mad-and what is lost when we do. Kirstin Chen has written both an engrossing historical drama and a nuanced exploration of how far the bonds of familial love can stretch." - Celeste Ng, New York Times bestselling author of Everything I Never Told You and Little Fires Everywhere, on Bury What We Cannot Take

"Kirstin Chen's debut is a delicious page-turning treat. Chen captures the zeitgeist of Singapore's new generation in an engrossing, intimately layered tale of love, family, and the discovery of one's true calling. It will also turn every reader into an artisanal soy sauce aficionado willing to settle for nothing but the best." - Kevin Kwan, author of Crazy Rich Asians, on Soy Sauce for Beginners