By: Nina Laurin
Publisher: Grand Central
Publication Date: 6/19/2018
My Rating: 3 Stars
A psychological suspense novel that is "a mind-bending ride. Just when you think you've discovered the truth, a new secret is revealed." (Wendy Walker, author of All Is Not Forgotten).
"...currently wanted by the police. If you know anything about the suspect's whereabouts, please call..."
I look up at the TV screen, and my twin brother's face is splashed across it, life-size.
It's a shock that makes my breath catch. This is my brother as an adult, my brother who I last saw fifteen years ago after the fire that killed our parents, covered in soot, clutching a lighter in his hand, his knuckles stark white against the dirt and ash.
Everyone always said he'd grow up to be a heartbreaker. But his face has gone gaunt instead. The stubble on his cheeks and chin is patchy, and his eyes look dull and dark.
My first thought is that it's not him. Not my beautiful brother, the golden boy who everyone loved. Yet, deep down, I've always known this would eventually happen.
What did you do this time, Eli? What the hell did you do?
Buy the Book
"[A]n intense psychological thriller that has a surprise twist... Laurin provides an insightful look at how secrets can shatter a bond between twins."
"A psychological suspense novel that is "a mind-bending ride. Just when you think you've discovered the truth, a new secret is revealed."
—Wendy Walker, author of All Is Not Forgotten).
“Psychological suspense doesn’t come much grittier or more packed with satisfying twists and turns.”
—Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author, on Girl Last Seen
About the Author
Nina Laurin, author of Girl Last Seen, studied Creative Writing at Concordia University, in Montreal where she currently lives. She has published speculative short stories in various e-zines and anthologies over the years and her narrative nonfiction piece, "On Happiness" is soon to be published in the local literary journal Cosmonauts Avenue. She blogs about books and writing on her own site, thrillerina.wordpress.com.