“Reminiscent of Gillian Flynn’s Sharp Objects" Christina Kaye, award-winning author of Presumed Dead
Now a USA Today besteller!
A twenty-year-old local mystery that has never been solved.
A bone-chilling VHS tape depicting a horrific crime.
Neighbors with something to hide.
And a sister who is missing.
Emily has to find out the truth. But is her sister Madeline the victim…or the one to blame?
A creepy and chilling thriller that you won’t be able to put down. MY SISTER IS MISSING is the most gripping read of 2019.
Readers can’t get enough of this book:
‘An unnerving, creepy, hair-raising novel, one that will have readers sleeping with one eye open’ David Bell, USA Today bestselling author of LAYOVER
‘Lynch has a knack for storytelling that not only captivates, but leaves one aching for the next page’ Bradon Nave, USA Today bestselling author
‘A craftsman of the novel world. This book is a fine example of why reading is the perfect form of escapism. Edge of your seat thriller action’ 5* Karen Whittard, Netgalley
‘Had me on the edge of my seat’ 5* Tracy Cavanah, Netgalley
‘The most gripping novel with the perfect amount of mystery and thrill…the ending is great!’ 5* Cloud of Thoughts Blog
‘A well-written, fast-paced thriller that is packed full of twists and turns, mystery and suspense. I was hooked from the very first page … Worth far more than five stars’ Nicki’s Life of Crime Blog
‘Takes a heavily used plot line and puts a fresh spin on it’ Rosemary Smith, Netgalley
‘Gritty, engrossing, and impossible to put down it will haunt you for a long time after the last page is turned’ Ellie Midwood, international bestselling author of the Indigo Rebels series.
‘The thriller of 2019!’ – Chelsi Davis, author of Domestic Disturbance
About the author
Carissa Ann Lynch is a USA Today bestselling author. She resides in Floyds Knobs, Indiana with her husband, children, and collection of books. She’s always loved to read and never considered herself a “writer” until a few years ago when she couldn’t find a book to read and decided to try writing her own story. With a background in psychology, she’s always been a little obsessed with the darker areas of the mind and social problems.