Now a USA Today besteller!
A twenty-year-old local mystery that has never been solved.
A bone-chilling VHS tape depicting a horrific crime.
Neighbors with something to hide.
And a sister who is missing.
Emily has to find out the truth. But is her sister Madeline the victim…or the one to blame?chilling thriller that you won’t be able to put down. MY SISTER IS MISSING is the most gripping read of 2019.
Readers can’t get enough of this book:
‘An unnerving, creepy, hair-raising novel, one that will have readers sleeping with one eye open’ David Bell, USA Today bestselling author of LAYOVER
‘Lynch has a knack for storytelling that not only captivates, but leaves one aching for the next page’ Bradon Nave, USA Today bestselling author
‘A craftsman of the novel world. This book is a fine example of why reading is the perfect form of escapism. Edge of your seat thriller action’ 5* Karen Whittard, Netgalley
‘Had me on the edge of my seat’ 5* Tracy Cavanah, Netgalley
‘The most gripping novel with the perfect amount of mystery and thrill…the ending is great!’ 5* Cloud of Thoughts Blog
‘A well-written, fast-paced thriller that is packed full of twists and turns, mystery and suspense. I was hooked from the very first page … Worth far more than five stars’ Nicki’s Life of Crime Blog
‘Takes a heavily used plot line and puts a fresh spin on it’ Rosemary Smith, Netgalley
‘Gritty, engrossing, and impossible to put down it will haunt you for a long time after the last page is turned’ Ellie Midwood, international bestselling author of the Indigo Rebels series.
‘The thriller of 2019!’ – Chelsi Davis, author of Domestic Disturbance
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About the Author
Carissa Ann Lynch is a USA Today bestselling author. She resides in Floyds Knobs, Indiana with her husband, children, and collection of books. She’s always loved to read and never considered herself a “writer” until a few years ago when she couldn’t find a book to read and decided to try writing her own story. With a background in psychology, she’s always been a little obsessed with the darker areas of the mind and social problems.