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The psychological labyrinth of a young woman’s insidious connection to the sea, from the Edgar Award nominated author of Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone.
After nine years spent suffocating in the arid expanse of the Midwest, far from the sea where her mother drowned, Callie Morgan and her father are returning to the coast. And miraculously, Callie can finally breathe easily. No more sudden, clawing attacks and weeklong hospital stays. But something is calling to her from the river behind their house and from the ocean miles away. Just as her life begins to feel like her own, and the potential for romance is blossoming, the intoxicating pull of the dark water seeps into her mind, filling her with doubt and revealing family secrets. Is it madness, or is there a voice, beckoning her to come to the sea? To answer the call of the dark waves. To come home.
Kat Rosenfield (www.katrosenfield.wordpress.com) is a copywriter and journalist whose debut novel¸ Amelia Anne Is Dead and Gone was an Edgar Award Finalist for Best Young Adult Mystery. Bookpage praised Amelia Anne for blending elegant writing and brutal behavior into a sharp and haunting novel.”
Kat’s work has appeared in publications both nationally and internationally including Interiors, Grazia (AU), Wend (cover story), and Girls’ Life, and can currently be found on websites and in newsletters for organizations across the country. She is currently a regular contributor to pop culture websites such as MTV.com’s Hollywood Crush blog, and she is also Auntie SparkNotes on Sparklife.com.