I posted to my social media about these two articles last Friday, and now I’m expanding on them for 2023.
This is what happens when you lie, and keep lying to cover up your original lies.
In 2019 I wrote two posts about A.J. Finn, author of The Woman in the Window.
The first was about the rise and fall of the author, with the New Yorker having done an infiltration into his life and those of the people around him. Lies and manipulations abound in that story. The second was about him issuing an apology after the New Yorker article.
In the lead up to posting about these previous posts, I searched Google and found he hadn’t posted on Twitter since 2018, and Instagram posts have been sporadic since 2018/19.
I also did a Google search for the second book he was supposed to put out years ago and didn’t find it.
HarperCollins, the publisher of the second novel by A.J. Finn, a.k.a. Dan Mallory, said in 2019 that it intended to publish the second novel by him, despite revelations that he’d lied about having cancer, that he’d lied about his mother dying, and that he’d lied about pretty much everything else in and about his life.
That was 2019.
Google also stated he was writing it for a 2020 release.
I know covid got in the way, but I seriously wonder what’s happened in the last few years. Whether covid was the reason it may not have been written, or whether it was the reason it wasn’t published.
There are reports on Google that it’s slated for a 2024 release.
Let’s see what happens, shall we?