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Instructor Seraphina Nova Glass + CrimeReads July Recommendations!

Instructor Seraphina Nova Glass + CrimeReads July Recommendations!

by Writing Workshops Staff

3 months ago


Blog

Instructor Seraphina Nova Glass + CrimeReads July Recommendations!

by Writing Workshops Staff

3 months ago


Instructor Seraphina Nova Glass + CrimeReads July Recommendations!

Congratulations to instructor Seraphina Nova Glass! CrimeReads named her debut novel Someone's Listening to their list of 5 Psychological Thrillers You Should Read This July! Pick up her novel and let us know what you think!

The radio shrink who gets mysterious messages premise is nothing new—the canonical example is the movie Play Misty for Me, Clint Eastwood’s directing debut—but it can be quite compelling. In Glass’s debut Dr. Faith Finley is the psychologist, and she’s got a lot going for her: her popular radio show, Someone’s Listening with Dr. Faith Finley; a bestselling book; and a happy marriage to food critic Liam Finley. When Liam disappears, the police naturally suspect Faith and think she is either lying about not knowing anything that could help them find Liam or crazy. Then the notes begin arriving, pages ripped from Faith’s book about escaping domestic violence with vague threats which unnerve her. Where is Liam? And who is sending the notes obviously meant to shake Faith up?

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