So of course, my whole family watched the show this weekend (we had to fast-forward through some parts, because of my twelve-year-old), and we were so engrossed in the story that we utterly failed to notice the book!
Fortunately, readers had told me to look for it in the final scene, so we were easily able to rewind.
I think the book is meant to give an ironic touch, given that it appears on the bedside table at the moment when the mysterious character Jane Chapman (Shailene Woodley) is pulling a pistol out of the drawer.
Now I'm off to email my sister, who's a TV writer herself.
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