The nightmare of 9/11 is a distant but still painful memory for Allison Taylor MacKenna—now married to Mack and living in a quiet Westchester suburb. She has moved on with her life ten years after barely escaping death at the hands of New York’s Nightwatcher serial killer. The monster is dead, having recently committed suicide in his prison cell, but something is terribly wrong. Mack has started sleepwalking, with no recollection of where his nighttime excursions are taking him. And here, north of the city, more women are being savagely murdered, their bodies bearing the Nightwatcher’s unmistakable signature.
Suddenly Allison must confront a devastating truth: her life is in jeopardy once again…and quite possibly from the man she trusts and loves.
“Solid Gold Suspense.” –Lee Child
“If you like Mary Higgins Clark, you’ll love Wendy Corsi Staub.” –Lisa Jackson
“There is a revelation at the end that you will never see coming and that goes off like a hand grenade lobbed into a small room on a quiet summer afternoon. It will have you marking your calendar for January 29, 2013 when SHADOWKILLER, the last volume in the trilogy, is scheduled to be published.” –BOOKREPORTER on SLEEPWALKER
Wendy Corsi Staub’s nearly eight published novels include many recent New York Times bestsellers. Her latest, SHADOWKILLER (Harper, Febrary, 2013), concludes a trilogy including NIGHTWATCHER and SLEEPWALKER, a 2013 Edgars finalist for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Wendy’s upcoming THE GOOD SISTER (Harper, October, 2013) is the first of three new suspense novels set against a domestic backdrop with a social networking theme.
Past honors include a 2011 Edgar/MHC nomination, an RWA Rita award, four WLA Washington Irvings, the RWA-NYC Golden Apple for Lifetime Achievement, and the RT Bookreviews Career Achievement Award in Suspense. Alter-ego Wendy Markham writes bestselling chick lit.
To learn more about Wendy, please visit her website.
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