Tuesday, August 8 at 6:30 pm Guilford Smith Memorial Library
Susan Strecker has a B.A. in Psychology and a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy. Her first novel, Night Blindness, went to auction where five publishing houses bid on it. Night Blindness was an IndieNext pick. Nowhere Girl won the 2016 Beverly Hills Book Award and was shortlisted for the Chanticleer Book Reviews Award. It was number four on PopSugar’s list of must-read books for 2016, and it was featured in USA Today. She is a frequent lecturer at writing conferences, schools and colleges across the East Coast. She lives in Connecticut with my husband and two children.
Synopsis: When Savannah Martino is strangled, her murder’s ruled a random attack. Her beloved twin, Cady, is drawn into a labyrinth of deception and betrayal reaching to her childhood that will force her to find strength she never knew she had.