The Last Day of Emily Lindsey
An intricately plotted and downright creepy thriller about one man's struggle to leave his past behind and the impossibility of ever being able to do so.--David Bell, author of Bring Her Home
In this eerie psychological thriller, a detective and a controversial blogger are thrust together, but is the symbol that connects them a coincidence, a psychic vision, or something far more sinister?
Beautiful and controversial blogger, Emily Lindsey doesn't speak when they find her. Holding a hunting knife and covered in blood that is not her own, she communicates with a single, ominous drawing.
Detective Steven Paul has had the same nightmare for as long as he can remember, a strange symbol always triggering his terror. He decided long ago that the recurring dreams were nothing. But Emily Lindsey draws the symbol he finds all too familiar.
Whose blood is on her knife, and what does it have to do with the story she's been trying to uncover? How could Emily Lindsey possibly know what Detective Paul fears most?
Fans of Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll and Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough will be sucked into the devious twists of this electric psychological thriller.
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About the Author
Nic Joseph is fascinated by the very good reasons that make people do very bad things. She writes thrillers and suspense novels from her home in Chicago. As a trained journalist, Nic has written about everything from health care and business to aerospace and IT--but she feels most at home when there's a murder to be solved on the next page. Nic holds a BS in journalism and an MA in communications, both from Northwestern University. Visit NicJoseph.com, or follow her on Twitter: @nickeljoseph
"An inventive thrill-ride that keeps you guessing. Nic Joseph weaves a delicate filament between the secrets of a tribe of childhood friends and the murderous consequences of their adulthood. Psychologically astute and full of satisfying twists." - Kelly Simmons, author of One More Day and The Fifth of July
"Nic Joseph's The Last Day of Emily Lindsey is an intricately plotted and downright creepy thriller about one man's struggle to leave his past behind and the impossibility of ever being able to do so. Nic Joseph skillfully doles out the shocks and surprises, and the reader will be gasping for air as they land like perfect jabs. This book is a powerful, timely, intense treat for anyone who loves stories loaded with suspense, chills, and intrigue." - David Bell, author of Bring Her Home
"This chilling novel from the author of Boy, 9, Missing (2016) will entice readers with its unique storytelling. Full of unexpected twists and complex characters, Joseph's page-turner will keep readers up late into the night." - Booklist