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Carla Buckley

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Carla Buckley currently lives in Columbus, Ohio with Tim, an environmental scientist at The Ohio State University, her three children and two miniature dachshunds.

Genres: Mystery
Carla Buckley recommends
The Sisters Chase (2017)
Sarah Healy
"Sarah Healy's The Sisters Chase is the deeply moving and thrilling portrayal of three women driven by love, loss, and the deep desire to make things right. This is a story that stayed with me long after I turned the last page."
The Marriage Pact (2017)
Michelle Richmond
"A daringly original novel about the best and worst of love."
The Blackbird Season (2017)
Kate Moretti
"When a troubled teenaged girl goes missing in The Blackbird Season, the town in which she lives is ripped apart by suspicion. As disturbing secrets bubble to the surface, no one is safe. Kate Moretti's trademark vivid characterizations, surprising storyline, and heart-stopping suspense kept me eagerly turning pages long into the night."
The Burial Society (2018)
(Burial Society, book 1)
Nina Sadowsky
"A whip-smart psychological thriller . . . a page-turner filled with unexpected twists and an explosive ending."
Paper Ghosts (2018)
Julia Heaberlin
"Paper Ghosts is the spellbinding, brilliantly original story of a young woman desperate to find her missing sister and the man who she suspects knows the truth, joined together on a perilous journey as elusive and mysterious as the paper ghosts that lure them. Julia Heaberlin’s love for Texas spills across every page."
How Far She's Come (2018)
Holly Brown
"Not only a timely examination of women in the workplace, How Far She's Come asks important questions about power, trust, and identity. I couldn't put it down."
Wicked River (2018)
Jenny Milchman
"A story about passion and betrayal on the high stakes stage, Wicked River is intensely gripping and perfectly paced-a real standout that pushes the domestic thriller category to its very edge. With her usual mastery of setting and character, Jenny Milchman has outdone herself."

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