Join readers from around the world in the next Big Library Read from OverDrive. We will be reading S.F. Kosa’s debut psychological suspense novel, ‘The Quiet Girl.’
Those wishing to participate may download this title starting Monday, June 28, from Libby or OverDrive apps. But, like all good things, Big Library Read has to end, too. So the last day to download a copy of this book without any holds or waitlists is Monday, July 12. Don’t forget to join the discussion at https://biglibraryread.com/join-the-discussion/
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The Quiet Girl
“Good girls keep quiet. But quiet girls can’t stay silent forever–and the consequences are sure to make some noise.”
When Alex arrives in Provincetown to patch things up with his new wife, Mina, he finds an empty wine glass in the sink, her wedding ring on the desk, and a string of questions in her wake. The police believe that Mina, a successful romance author, simply left, their marriage crumbling before it truly began.
But what Alex finds in their empty cottage points him toward a different reality: Mina has always carried a secret. And now she’s disappeared.
In his hunt for the truth, Alex comes across Layla, a young woman with information to share, who may hold the key to everything his wife has kept hidden. A strange, quiet girl whose missing memories may break them all.
To find his missing wife, Alex must face what Layla has forgotten. And the consequences are anything but quiet.
About S.F. Kosa
S.F. Kosa is a clinical psychologist with a fascination for the seedy underbelly of the human psyche. Though ‘The Quiet Girl’ is her debut psychological suspense novel, she also writes under the pen name Sarah Fine. Sarah Fine has authored over two dozen fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi, and romance novels. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband and their (blended) brood of five young humans.