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Sins of the Mother by August Norman
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Sep 08, 2020 | ISBN 9781643854366

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Praise for Sins of the Mother:


“Action-loving readers are the real winners in this offbeat thriller.”
—Kirkus Reviews

“The cult is well written and interesting, brining to mind the Jonestown Commune.”
Midwest Book Review

“Norman delivers another solid tale . . . one full of family drama, tension, and terror.”
Suspense Magazine

“With kinesthetic language and plot-winding twists, gifted writer Norman strikes the perfect balance between snark and serious…Bravo on an excellent story.”
—Maureen Joyce Connolly, author of Little Lovely Things
“An action-packed, emotional thrill ride that’ll leave you breathlessly waiting for the next Caitlin Bergman novel.”
—Rick Treon, award-winning author of Let the Guilty Pay
“Caitlin Bergman, a feisty and earthy female protagonist, launches headlong into another ripping adventure…This is a terrific sequel that I highly recommend.”
—Carl Vonderau, award-winning author of Murderabilia

“A multi-layered plot; sophisticated, believable characters; stunning settings; and heart-pounding suspense in what is quickly turning into one of my favorite new series!”
—Edwin Hill, author of The Missing Ones

“As heart warming as it is devastating, and as suspenseful as it is thrilling.”
 —David Albertyn, author of Undercard

“Loaded with twists and emotional punches, Norman’s vibrant and gripping story will make readers eager for more.”  
—Glen Erik Hamilton, Anthony Award-winning author of Past Crimes

“Sins of the Mother
crackles with tension. From LA to rural Oregon, August Norman weaves a masterful tale of family secrets, small-town bigotry, and a doomsday cult.”
—D.A. Bartley, author of the Abish Taylor mysteries

Praise for for Come and Get Me:
“Chilling…The skillfully rendered plot is full of page-turning action…Norman is off to a solid start.”
—Publishers Weekly

Thoroughly memorable…Norman’s debut is a solid purchase for mystery collections [and] a good recommendation for fans of strong female leads.”

“Norman writes beautifully…A really great read, one which has left me yearning for more.”
Mystery Scene Magazine

“Norman does a good job with both the female POV…A real treat of a thriller.”
Midwest Book Review

Come and Get Me is tight, enticing, seductive with its taunts and twists…The author pulls you in, wraps you tight in the embrace of his words and then teases and taunts you while taking you on a twisted journey. Do I recommend this book? Absolutely.”
—Steena Holmes, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author

“A fast-paced, propulsive thriller.”
—David Bell, USA Today bestselling author of Somebody’s Daughter

“From the chilling beginning to the last tension-filled page, Norman’s debut will grip you and keep you furiously turning pages…A fantastic premise, captivating plot, and intelligent, strong main character.”
—Christine Carbo, award-winning author of The Wild Inside

“August Norman’s Come and Get Me is an intelligent, twisted thriller with heart and depth. Readers will find a flawed, scarred, and unapologetically brilliant sleuth in Caitlin Bergman. Immersive and unforgettable from page one.”
—Lydia Kang, author of The Impossible Girl

“A stunning debut! August Norman comes out of the gate swinging…a fast-paced thriller that will leave you huffing and puffing until the very last page.”
―Simon Gervais, author of The Thin Black Line

“A compulsively readable thriller that weaves deft plotting, sparkling dialogue, and sharp descriptive prose to create a work of real psychological depth.”
―Thomas Shawver, author of The Widow’s Son

“A taut, timely thriller that delivers.”
—Barbara Nickless, author of Dead Stop 

“August Norman’s page-turning thriller features a sly sense of humor…and a strong, relatable woman at its core—Caitlin Bergman, a woman with flaws…but who doggedly pursues justice and who fights back against the men who would victimize her.”
—Lisa Brackmann, author of Black Swan Rising

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