Daughter of Mine
by Megan Miranda
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Pub Date 09 Apr 2024 | Archive Date 19 Apr 2024
Simon Element, S&S/ Marysue Rucci Books
When Hazel Sharp, daughter of Mirror Lake’s longtime local detective, unexpectedly inherits her childhood home, she’s warily drawn back to the town—and people—she left behind almost a decade earlier. But Hazel’s not the only relic of the past to return: a drought has descended on the region, and as the water level in the lake drops, long-hidden secrets begin to emerge…including evidence that may help finally explain the mystery of her mother’s disappearance.
"Delicious twists, dark secrets and a deadly past ... Megan Miranda’s Daughter of Mine is her best book yet! I’ve been a fan of Megan’s since All the Missing Girls and this book is like its perfect big sister. If you loved the simmering small town drama of 'Mare of Easttown', then you will be blown away by Daughter of Mine." —Ashley Elston, New York Times bestselling author of First Lie Wins
"Megan Miranda just keeps getting better. The undisputed master of chilling secrets and twists!" —Laura Dave, New York Times bestselling author of The Last Thing He Told Me
"I’ve long admired Megan’s work for the way it combines the structure of a fast-paced thriller with a literary sensibility and nuanced characterization. (It goes without saying that her books are also insanely fun to read!)"–Polly Stewart, for CrimeReads
"Megan Miranda’s next thriller is a clever spin on the trend in that it centers on the daughter of a local detective, who returns to her childhood home after inheriting it and begins uncovering secrets that could explain her mother’s disappearance years earlier.” —BookPage, "Most Anticipated Thrillers of 2024"
“Miranda, a consummate professional when it comes to exposing the small community tensions that naturally arise when people live in close proximity for generations, exposes revelation after twisty revelation… Small-town claustrophobia and intimacies alike propel this twist-filled psychological thriller.” —Kirkus (starred)