Transatlantic is pleased to announce THE SILENT WIFE by A.S.A. Harrison is a finalist for the Killer Nashville 2014 Silver Falchion Award: First Novel, Literary Suspense!
The annual award honours the best books available in North America published in the past year. Hundreds of novels are nominated and evaluated, the judges then choose only five finalists in each category.
THE SILENT WIFE is a finely wrought, emotionally charged psychological thriller about a marriage in the throes of dissolution, a couple headed for catastrophe, concessions that can’t be made, and promises that won’t be kept. Expertly plotted, THE SILENT WIFE ensnares the reader from page one and doesn’t let go.
For more information about this award, please visit http://www.killernashville.com/awards/silver-falchion-award/
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