Paula Treick DeBoard
Critically acclaimed author of The Mourning Hours and The Fragile World, Paula Treick DeBoard returns with a tale of dark secrets, shocking lies and a dangerous obsession that will change one neighborhood forever in THE DROWNING GIRLS.
When a girl goes missing, a family’s loyalty is put to the ultimate test Kirsten Hammarstrom hasn’t been back to her Wisconsin hometown in years—not since the mysterious disappearance of a local teenage girl rocked the small community and shattered her family. Kirsten was just nine years old when the girl went missing, and the… Read More »
Anyone who hungrily consumes thrilling tales of mystery is very familiar with this constant question: What should I read next? Whether it is a twisted tale of a kind act gone terribly wrong, a pulse-pounder about a woman unraveling her husband’s darkest secrets or a disturbing tale of stolen identity, this sampler of nine suspenseful tales has something for… Read More »
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JUNE 19, 2015 5:40 P.M. LIZ Someone was screaming. For a moment, with the ceiling fan whirring quietly over my head, I allowed myself to believe it was a benign sound—the kids next door on their play structure, maybe, sliding and swinging and climbing, their voices carrying on a breeze. I propped myself up… Read More »