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1289 Kate Moretti, novelist, The Vanishing Year

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Today's Guest: Kate Moretti, novelist, The Vanishing Year, Binds That Tie, Thought I Knew You, While You Were Gone  

Zoe Whittaker is not who anyone thinks she is. She may not even be who she thinks she is.

KATE MORETTI podcast excerpt: "I don't think the average person has faced the amount of tragedy and bad decision-making that Zoe has faced. If anybody tried to write about the bad decision-making of the average person, you'd wind up with a really boring book!" And identity issues aside, there seems to be something sinister in not just her past, but in her present. The danger in her past seems to be creeping into her present, but is it related or something new? Kate Moretti’s latest novel, The Vanishing Year, is a page-turner in which the reader quickly gets caught up in both the luxury of the heroine’s life and something frightening that appears to be lurking around every corner. If you’re looking for a suspenseful, woman-in-danger story, you’ll want to take a ride with Moretti’s latest. And then, like me, you’ll find yourself reaching for her previous bestsellers, including Binds That Tie, Thought I Knew You, and While You Were Gone.

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