When She Was Me: A Novel

When She Was Me: A Novel

by Marlee Bush
When She Was Me: A Novel

When She Was Me: A Novel

by Marlee Bush


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"A nail-biting story of sisterhood, suspicion, and suspense. When She Was Me weaves together past and present seamlessly to create a twist you won't see coming." — Tracy Sierra, author of Nightwatching

There's only one way out of these woods…

Ever since that night, twin sisters Cassie and Lenora have been inseparable. As the sole permanent residents of Cabin Two, their refuge on an isolated Tennessee campground, they manage to stay away from prying eyes, probing questions, and true crime junkies. Just the two of them, Cassie and Lenora against the world. The peace and quiet is almost enough to make them forget what happened all those years ago. Almost. 

Until a teenage girl camping at the neighboring cabin goes missing, and the memories come rushing back. As the crime becomes ever more recognizable—they know better than anyone that so-called 'happy families' can be anything but—each sister suspects the other knows more than she's letting on….

Trapped in the isolating, claustrophobic wilderness, Cassie and Lenora must piece together the truth of what happened—and the sinister truth lurking in their own pasts—before it's too late.

A taut, captivating read perfect for fans of Sally Hepworth and Kate Alice Marshall, When She Was Me is a story of sisterhood, obsession, and the ways secrets stalk us like shadows.

"When She Was Me is eerie, captivating, and full of twists." — Darcy Coates, USA Today bestselling author of Dead of Winter

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781728289533
Publisher: Sourcebooks
Publication date: 05/07/2024
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 72,855
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Marlee Bush lives in Alabama with her husband and children. A Criminology major, she’s obsessed with true crime, documentaries, and being generally paranoid about the world and the people in it.

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