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If you were gripped by the Anna Delvey scam story, this thriller is your new holiday read

Nicole Kidman isn't known for her string of dud projects – so when it was announced that she and Amazon had secured the rights to adapt Pretty Things by American author Janelle Brown (W&N) before the novel was released in the US last year, it's no surprise that it went on to become a New York Times bestseller. Now, it's finally out in the UK. Set in the wealthy environs of Lake Tahoe in California, it's the perfect staycation read – giving a glimpse into a murky world of con artists, influencers and extreme privilege, mixed with a generous dollop of revenge.

Nina is determined to make a better life for herself after growing up with a sketchy, itinerant mother, but when her mum becomes ill with cancer, she finds herself swindling the impossibly rich to pay for her treatment. With mounting medical bills and the police sniffing around, Nina and her charming Irish boyfriend Lachlan decide to do one last job in the hope of getting their hands on $1 million – but their target, an heiress-turned-influencer called Vanessa, isn't quite as easy to scam as she seems. "Fans of Big Little Lies, Gossip Girl and 2018's exposé of New York socialite scammer Anna Delvey will love Pretty Things," says Stylist Loves content director Gemma Crisp. "Told from the viewpoints of Nina and Vanessa, the twists and turns will keep you guessing right to the very end – but it's also a handy reminder that money doesn't automatically equal happiness." £8.99, Bookshop.org

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This is your last chance to win a one-off designer T-shirt and raise money for charity

To mark International Women's Day last month, Stylist handed over the reins of the magazine to the creator of The Guilty Feminist podcast, Deborah Frances-White, who dedicated much of the issue to the important work of refugee charity Choose Love. In a dream pairing of style and altruism, Stylist's fashion editor Polly Knight asked five British designers to reimagine the classic Choose Love T-shirt – and the resulting interpretations by We Are Kin, Rixo x Cressida Jamieson, Mother of Pearl, Aligne and Lisou range from minimalist to embroidered to 3D. The best bit? You can win one of the exclusive T-shirts – but you must be quick. 

Simply purchase a ticket for your favourite design in the Stylist x Choose Love raffle by 11.59pm tomorrow night to be in with a chance of scoring a T-shirt created especially for you in your size. Tickets start at £5 for 10, and the more you donate, the more chance you have of winning a piece of clothing that will never be available to buy elsewhere – but most importantly, the more money will go to this incredible grassroots charity helping displaced people around the globe. May the odds be ever in your favour. The Stylist x Choose Love raffle closes on 7 April, 11.59pm

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