-- Gayle Lynds, New York Times bestselling author of The Assassins
A taut, twisty psychological thriller. Totally riveting.``
—James Hayman, New York Times bestselling author of The Girl on the Bridge.
Scary and disturbing with dark psychological twists and turns, it horrifies while it fascinates. I couldn't turn away!``
-- Lisa Jackson, #1 New York Times bestselling author.
The Neighbor might remind you of Gone Girl or The Girl on the Train, but this deliciously sinister thriller is a total original.”
--Kevin O’Brien, New York Times bestselling author
The Couple Next Door meets Gone Girl in this addictive thriller. Once I started reading, I couldn't stop.”
--Charlie Donlea, USA Today bestselling author
A gloriously creepy setting—ghost town suburbia—where seemingly respectable neighbors hide dirty secrets. You're never quite sure who to believe in this dark, twisted tale.”
--Michelle Frances, author of the international bestseller, The Girlfriend
Enter into the life of an ideal family–Auggie is a happy nine-year-old boy whose father, Keith, loves him more than anything. Keith’s life seems ideal–until one day Auggie vanishes. A year has passed since Keith’s son disappeared, and he’s haunted by glimpses of his son appearing in his small Maine town. With the investigation at a dead end and his family paralyzed with grief, Keith worries that he’s losing his mind. In a thrilling twist, the case turns in a new direction–a direction that could either heal his family or tear them, and the rest of the town, apart.
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"Souza takes his considerable talents to the next level in Unpaved Surfaces, delivering an emotionally charged, exquisitely tuned suspense story."
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Back when we were kids we used to come here on hot summer days to cool off and test our mettle. Leaping into the onyx q