The Widowmaker: A Black Harbor Novel


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$27.99  $26.03
Minotaur Books
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6.35 X 9.57 X 1.18 inches | 1.07 pounds
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About the Author

HANNAH MORRISSEY earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. She grew up on a farm in a small northern town and now lives near Milwaukee with her husband and two pugs. Hello, Transcriber was her debut novel, inspired by her work as a police transcriber.


"The Widowmaker confirms Hannah Morrisey's status as one of the brightest new voices in crime fiction. An unflinching look at two damaged people trying to do right in a world full of wrong, told in scalpel-sharp prose with a poet's eye for detail." --Riley Sager, New York Times bestselling author of The House Across the Lake

"The Widowmaker is impossible to put down and even harder to stop thinking about, with characters so fully formed, they walk right off the page, crawl inside you, and stick to your bones." -Elle Cosimano, USA Today bestselling author of Finlay Donovan Is Killing It

"The Widowmaker
is absolutely enthralling. It's moody and dark, with characters that are heartbreakingly real. Hannah Morrissey has become a must-read author for me." - Samantha Downing, internationally bestselling author of My Lovely Wife

"Welcome back to Black Harbor, where the snow looks like ash and the people are darker than ever. Morrissey's latest is an electrifying and unnerving exploration of privilege, justice, and the strength it takes to tackle a city's grit and glitter in one fell swoop." --Tessa Wegert, author of Dead Wind

"An instantly compelling main character and unforgettable cast. A propulsive look at family and secrets and desire . . . gorgeously written." - Hank Phillippi Ryan, USA Today bestselling author of Her Perfect Life

"Mesmerizing, moody, and filled with menace, you won't want to put down The Widowmaker. The future of crime fiction is named Hannah Morrissey." --Alex Finlay, author of The Night Shift