Come and Find Me
"It takes a lot of chutzpah for a book reviewer to write books of her own....But Hallie Ephron...can hold her head high: She does it, and very well, too."
A recluse who works and lives online must brave the "real world" when her sister goes missing in Come and Find Me--a gripping and ingenious novel of mystery and psychological suspense from Hallie Ephron, author of Never Tell a Lie. Writing about her sensational debut, USA Today noted, "You can imagine Hitchcock curling up with this one." Aficionados of Rear Window, Vertigo, and North by Northwest--as well as the many fans of Harlan Coben and Mary Higgins Clark--will get a similar charge from Come and Find Me.
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About the Author
Hallie Ephron is the New York Times bestselling author of Never Tell a Lie, Come and Find Me, There Was an Old Woman, and Night Night, Sleep Tight. For twelve years she was the crime fiction reviewer for the Boston Globe. The daughter of Hollywood screenwriters, she grew up in Beverly Hills, and lives near Boston, Massachusetts.
"Explores the dark side of cyberspace . . . Although COME AND FIND ME is at its core a breathless thriller, Ephron also explores the issue of personal identity in an age when we can pretend to be anything we want to be online."--Connecticut Post
"A compelling yarn of deception and danger . . . a cautionary tale about the power of information technology . . . And although this novel seems to be a stand-alone, readers can hope that a sequel is not out of the question."--Richmond Times-Dispatch
"Psychologically astute and emotionally gripping . . . Ephron understands that the fears we inflict upon ourselves can be more crippling than a man with a gun . . . A unique and compelling novel to be read more than once."--Mystery Scene
"Ephron excels in creating an authentic view of an agoraphobic for whom the mere thought of walking down the driveway to the mailbox can immobilize her . . . Diana's emotional fragility gives a unique perspective to this character's psyche."--Times Leader