And She Was by Alison Gaylin
A Novel of Suspense

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I need only look as far as my twenty-six years as a therapist to realize the potential horrors this syndrome of not being able to forget anything would invite into my life. I already have memories of crack house murders, head decapitations, gang…
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“A deftly plotted, completely involving novel with one of the most memorable protagonists to come along in years.”
—Laura Lippman

“Label me a big fan.”
—Harlan Coben

Edgar® Award nominated author Alison Gaylin is rapidly becoming a major player in the thriller game. A breathtaking novel of suspense, Gaylin’s And She Was introduces a remarkable new protagonist: Brenna Spector, a missing persons investigator afflicted with Hyperthymestic Syndrome, a rare disorder that enables her to remember every moment of every day of her life. A twisting mystery, both chilling and surprising, And She Was sets the haunted investigator on the trail of a missing child who vanished more than a decade earlier—a case with disturbing echoes in Brenna’s own scrupulously remembered past. Discover what Harlan Coben, Lisa Gardener, Laura Lippman, and other masters of suspense and crime fiction have already learned: Alison Gaylin is one of the best!

 

About Alison Gaylin

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ALISON GAYLIN is the author of the Edgar?-nominated thriller Hide Your Eyes, as well as its sequel, You Kill Me, and the stand-alones Trashed and Heartless. A graduate of Northwestern University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Alison lives with her husband and daughter in upstate New York.
 
Published February 21, 2012 by Harper. 401 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror. Fiction
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Reviewed by Kat Kiddles on Jul 27 2012

I need only look as far as my twenty-six years as a therapist to realize the potential horrors this syndrome of not being able to forget anything would invite into my life. I already have memories of crack house murders, head decapitations, gang…

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