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Into the Sound

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A terrified voice on the phone. The line goes dead. The mystery begins.

During a superstorm, Holly Boswell receives a panicked call from her sister, Vivian: Come get me…There’s somebody coming. But when Holly arrives at a Long Island marina, there’s only her sister’s abandoned car. Vivian is gone.

It’s all eerily familiar. Holly and Vivian used to play hide-and-seek as children. It was a reprieve from the mental abuses of their parents, psychology professors who raised the siblings as if it were research. Decades later, Holly is reminded of their childhood games.

In her relentless search for the answers, Holly is reading between the lines in Vivian’s journals. She’s untangling clues in their mother’s diary and discovering secrets from her sister’s private world that are casting a dangerous shadow. Maybe Vivian has reasons for wanting to disappear from her well-to-do life. Or is it something more sinister? As Holly follows Vivian’s trail, she can’t shake the feeling that someone might be following her.

Genre: Mystery

Praise for this book

"Into the Sound is an atmospheric, character-driven thriller about how far a woman will go to save her sister. With propulsive, evocative prose, Reinard delves into family secrets and lies - and the reliability of memory. It doesn't get much better than this!" - Melissa Colasanti

"A missing sister, a bad marriage, a woman broken and trapped?Into the Sound will have readers under its spell from the first word until the final, shocking pages. The tension is explosive as past and present collide in this intense, fast-paced, and twisty thriller; and Reinard's in-depth understanding of the ways in which childhood trauma follows into adulthood adds a deep and unforgettable layer to one woman's hunt for her sister and the long-buried secrets of their difficult upbringing." - Danielle Girard

"I'm always a sucker for a sister book and Into the Sound delivers in spades. The pace is electric, and the twists are completely unpredictable, but underneath the high-tension story is a fraught, but very real and complicated bond forged in childhood trauma. Reinard includes a tangle with the mob, and a delve into the psychology of false memories, all without letting up the pace. Harlan Coben fans will love Into the Sound, especially if they're looking for a female protagonist and some deeper meaning. Highly recommended!" - Kate Moretti

"In Into the Sound, Cara Reinard crafts a world of secrets that will leave you breathless as you scour the pages for answers." - Dea Poirier

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