This week I’m giving away a hardcover copy of Watch Me Disappear, a new suspense novel by Janelle Brown.
There are three ways to enter the giveaway:
- 1 – leave a comment on this blog post (you will receive one entry)
- 2 – follow this blog on Twitter (@1ThriftyReader) and re-tweet any tweet I post about this giveaway (you will receive one entry)
- 3 – visit my Facebook page HERE and like and/or comment on my post about this giveaway (you will receive one entry)
You have until midnight on Monday, October 16 to enter. Entries from the USA only, please. I will notify the winner by email (if you left a comment) or DM/tweet on Twitter (if you retweeted). I’m new to Facebook, so if you enter through Facebook I’ll either email you (if you leave me a comment with your email address) or I’ll try to contact you through Facebook. If the winner does not respond within 7 days, I will choose another winner. Good luck! Here’s the cover copy from the book:
Who you want people to be makes you blind to who they really are.
It’s been a year since Billie Flanagan—a Berkeley mom with an enviable life—went on a solo hike in Desolation Wilderness and vanished from the trail. Her body was never found, just a shattered cellphone and a solitary hiking boot. Her husband and teenage daughter have been coping with Billie’s death the best they can: Jonathan drinks as he works on a loving memoir about his marriage; Olive grows remote, from both her father and her friends at the all-girls school she attends.
But then Olive starts having strange visions of her mother, still alive. Jonathan worries about Olive’s emotional stability, until he starts unearthing secrets from Billie’s past that bring into question everything he thought he understood about his wife. Who was the woman he knew as Billie Flanagan?
Together, Olive and Jonathan embark on a quest for the truth—about Billie, but also about themselves, learning, in the process, about all the ways that love can distort what we choose to see. Janelle Brown’s insights into the dynamics of intimate relationships will make you question the stories you tell yourself about the people you love, while her nervy storytelling will keep you guessing until the very last page.