Preorder Call Me Elizabeth Lark, Out March 2021


Praise for Call Me Elizabeth Lark:

“A family torn apart by grief, the appearance of a stranger with shocking claims, secrets that won’t stay hidden— Call Me Elizabeth Lark by Melissa Colasanti will take you on a dark, twisty journey.With a bone-chilling premise and heart-stopping revelations, Colasanti has penned a haunting psychological thriller that will linger with you long after the final page is turned.” 
—Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of This is How I Lied 

“Close and atmospheric, Call Me Elizabeth Lark is thick with family secrets. The finely wrought narrative unravels fast and twisty to its shocking final twist. A voicey, character-driven thriller that examines the ties that bind. I found myself tearing through the last half, dying to know how this was going to end.”
—Wendy Heard, author of Hunting Annabelle 

Call Me Elizabeth Lark is everything I love about thrillers: strong voice, complex characters with lots of family secrets, and so many twists I couldn’t put the book down. Don’t miss this fascinating and expertly told thriller exploring the truth and lies among mothers, sisters and wives.”
—Vanessa Lillie, Amazon bestselling author of Little Voices and For the Best 

“A long-ago vanished child, a still grieving mother, a woman on the run with her young son, and a truckload of family secrets…these are the ingredients for Colasanti’s Call Me Elizabeth LarkSay goodbye to sleep and read it like I did, under the covers and straight through. A disturbing thrill ride crackling with tension.”
—Kimberly Belle, internationally bestselling author of Stranger in the Lake

“Lyrical and riveting, Call Me Elizabeth Lark contains layers of mysteries that will surprise and thrill its readers. With heart-pounding twists, decades-old secrets, and complex characters knotted together by guilt and betrayal, this book is a stunning page-turner. I devoured it in a single day.”
—Megan Collins, author of The Winter Sister

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