The Father She Went to Find

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Poisoned Pen Press
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5.54 X 8.21 X 1.19 inches | 0.92 pounds

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About the Author

Carter Wilson is the USA Today bestselling author of eight critically acclaimed, standalone psychological thrillers. He is an ITW Thriller Award finalist, a five-time winner of the Colorado Book Award, and his works have been optioned for television and film. Carter lives outside of Boulder, Colorado.

"Penny is a fascinating character who's full of extremes: off-the-charts intelligent but completely clueless when it comes to the real world; desperate for love but pushing everyone away; longing for safety but causing mayhem with her single-minded pursuit of a plan-less goal. Get ready for a wild ride and a WHOA ending." -- First Clue
"In his latest page-turning and deeply psychological novel, Carter Wilson has deftly crafted one of the most compelling and unique characters you'll read this year. I was glued to every word!" -- Wendy Walker, bestselling author of What Remains
"Carter Wilson has done it again. The Father She Went to Find is off like a shot from page one, and it doesn't let up. A road trip story with dizzying twists and turns, featuring a unique protagonist you won't soon forget, this book will keep you up until you reach the last page!" -- Andrew DeYoung, author of The Temps and The Day He Never Came Home
"Buckle up. Watch out. And don't try to predict anything! The supremely talented Carter Wilson has crafted a uniquely unpredictable and absolutely immersive story starring one of the most fascinating characters you'll ever meet. A Beautiful Mind takes a life-and-death road trip in this battle of wits, maze of psychological suspense, and heartbreaking family drama. I was riveted to every page." -- Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today bestselling author of One Wrong Word
"Wilson punches up Penny's anything-can-happen adventures with a deadpan first-person narrative that pares its cast of characters to the absolute minimum and relies on sentences and paragraphs and chapters as short, and about as reassuring, as hiccups." -- Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
"It's hard not to root for this unusual heroine in Wilson's wonderfully original, offbeat story." -- Booklist