I love a good psychological thriller and Wendy Walker is a very talented new author in the genre. Her first novel, All Is Not Forgotten, was a complex page-turner, looking at the attack on a young girl at a party from multiple perspectives, including the young girl who had her memory of the horrific event erased. It was a novel full of secrets, surprises, and enough twists in the plot to keep you guessing right up until the end.

Walker’s latest novel, Emma In The Night, does not disappoint. While the story is again told from multiple perspectives, it is not a bit confusing or distracting. Rather it is a fast-paced trip down the rabbit hole as the reader tries to figure out just what happened that night to Emma, and her younger sister, Cass, when they disappeared. Cass reappears three years later with an odd tale of their kidnapping and seclusion before she managed a daring escape. It isn’t long before the authorities see the discrepancies in Cass’ story and begin to take a long hard look at her family. This family seems appropriately devastated, baffled, and overwhelmed….but what role did they play in this drama? This is another twisted tale that will have you second guessing what really happened that night when all that Emma and Cass left behind was an abandoned car at the beach.

Order your copy of Emma In The Night and Wendy’s first novel All Is Not Forgotten from WendyWalkerBooks.com or find it out at your local book store on IndieBound.org. You can also enter to win your own SIGNED COPY of Emma In the Night below!

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Julie Bond

Julie Bond is a voracious reader with eclectic tastes running the gamut from YA lit, to psychological suspense, and anything dog-related, of course. You can find her haunting her favorite San Francisco Bay Area indie bookstores. Email her at ObsessiveBookFanatic@gmail.com


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