She thought she was alone…
True crime writer Wylie Lark doesn’t mind being snowed in at the isolated farmhouse where she’s retreated to write her new book. A cozy fire, complete silence. It would be perfect, if not for the fact that decades earlier, at this very house, two people were murdered in cold blood and a girl disappeared without a trace.
As the storm worsens, Wylie finds herself trapped inside the house, haunted by the secrets contained within its walls—haunted by secrets of her own. Then she discovers a small child in the snow just outside. After bringing the child inside for warmth and safety, she begins to search for answers. But soon it becomes clear that the farmhouse isn’t as isolated as she thought, and someone is willing to do anything to find them.
Kindle Edition, 352 pages
Expected publication January 25, 2022
by Park Row
For me Heather Gudenkauf is synonymous with intense physiological mysteries that keep me guessing. Such was the case with The Overnight Guest, which releases 1-25-22. This book gave off vibes that made me glad when insomnia hit I wasn't home alone - a snow storm would have really freaked me right out.
The Overnight Guest is a wonderful mystery that kept me guessing until things finally clicked into place. I expected a layered story from a number of POVs and through different time periods. That's exactly what I got.
Atmospheric with flawed and mysterious characters that drew at my heartstrings. Fast paced/slow paced I was anxious to unravel the mystery myself, some parts I was able to but not all of them. That's what I love about reading a Gudenkauf book, keeps me on my toes.
Thank you to Park Row books for a digital advanced copy in exchange for a honest review.