THE GIRL IN KELLERS WAY

Megan Goldin Penguin

The voices of two mothers draw us into this compelling psychological thriller – one a homicide detective and the other the troubled wife of a local psychology professor.  As both women are plunged into a murder investigation, they must see beyond the obvious if they are to piece together puzzles of the past. A gripping domestic noir, in the vein of Gone Girl – heart stoppingly real and deliberately wrong-footing the reader to the last page with deception, paranoia and delusion endemic. Megan Goldin has worked as a producer and foreign correspondent for the ABC and Reuters where she covered war zones and international terrorism.