The Marsh King's Daughter
DescriptionTHE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLER
"Brilliant....About as good as a thriller can be."--The New York Times Book Review " A] nail-biter perfect for Room fans."--Cosmopolitan
"Sensationally good psychological suspense."--Lee Child Praised by Karin Slaughter and Megan Abbott, The Marsh King's Daughter is the mesmerizing tale of a woman who must risk everything to hunt down the dangerous man who shaped her past and threatens to steal her future: her father. Helena Pelletier has a loving husband, two beautiful daughters, and a business that fills her days. But she also has a secret: she is the product of an abduction. Her mother was kidnapped as a teenager by her father and kept in a remote cabin in the marshlands of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Helena, born two years after the abduction, loved her home in nature, and despite her father's sometimes brutal behavior, she loved him, too...until she learned precisely how savage he could be. More than twenty years later, she has buried her past so soundly that even her husband doesn't know the truth. But now her father has killed two guards, escaped from prison, and disappeared into the marsh. The police begin a manhunt, but Helena knows they don't stand a chance. Knows that only one person has the skills to find the survivalist the world calls the Marsh King--because only one person was ever trained by him: his daughter. A Michigan Notable Book
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About the Author
Karen Dionne is the author of Freezing Point (Berkley, 2008; about 40,000 sold in print and e), an environmental thriller nominated by RT Book Reviews as Best First Mystery of 2008 (also published in Germany and the Czech Republic), and a second environmental thriller, Boiling Point, (Berkley, 2011, about 6,000 sold in print and e). Her newest novel, The Killing: Uncommon Denominator (Titan Books, 2014; WFH; sales unknown), an original story based on the Fox television series "The Killing," also published in Poland and was nominated for a Scribe Award, which honors licensed works that tie in with other media.
Karen's short fiction has appeared in Bathtub Gin, The Adirondack Review, Futures Mysterious Anthology Magazine, and Thought Magazine, as well as First Thrills: High-Octane Stories from the Hottest Thriller Authors (Tor, 2010), an anthology of short stories from bestselling and emerging authors edited by Lee Child.