"What She Knew is a wonderful balance of a human-interest tale, romance, and history, all wrapped up in a riveting thriller." -- US Review of Books Liz Nabor is driven, intelligent, and ambitious. She's built a successful Wall Street career and lives with gorgeous, successful Rick. Together they enjoy a glamorous Manhattan lifestyle. Her only problem is her annoying sister Barbara and her decades-long estrangement from her elderly aunt Edna, a woman she once emulated. But the financial crisis of 2008-2009 brings added pressure to perform, and Liz's boss expects her to meet company goals...whatever it takes. Then the infamous Bernie Madoff confesses to a multibillion-dollar Ponzi scheme, and Liz is dragged into the swirl of the scandal. Suddenly her career is in danger of crashing along with the economy. When a family crisis emerges far from home in western Washington State, Liz is torn between two coasts, forced to confront unhealed family wounds as she struggles to clear her name. Will the woman who has it all lose everything? With its blending of real-life events and fiction, What She Knew will appeal to those who enjoy the writings of Jodi Picoult. What She Knew was named a finalist in the 2016 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
Nadine Galinsky Feldman is the author of The Foreign Language of Friends-a gold medal winner of the 2011 eLit Book Awards in women's issues and finalist in the 2012 Next Generation Indie Book Awards for chick lit. She is also the author of When a Grandchild Dies: What to Do, What to Say, How to Cope and edited Jeanette Feldman's Patchwork & Ornament: A Woman's Journey of Life, Love, and Art, which was a finalist in the 2009 Writers' League of Texas Manuscript Contest in the memoir category and winner of the 2010 Indie Excellence Award for best memoir.
Married to Henry Feldman and stepmom to grown twins, Sarah and Joe, she divides her time between the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State and New York City.