“Dynamic, compelling, and totally twisted, Hunting Annabelle blew me away. I’m still reeling. What a mind Wendy Heard has. What a debut!” –New York Times Bestselling Author J.T. Ellison
“With a protagonist you’ll almost hate to love, and more twists than a foot-long corkscrew, Hunting Annabelle is a compulsive, deliciously addictive psychological thriller that pulls you in from the first page, and doesn’t let go until you’ve reached the shocking end. A must read!” – Hannah Mary McKinnon, author of The Neighbors
“Is Hunting Annabelle an unconventional romance, a creepy psychodrama, or a detective story about a good kid stuck in a bad situation? I devoured this thrilling debut in one sitting to find out, and it took me on a wild, twisty ride until the very last page.” –Amy Gentry, author of Good as Gone
“Wendy Heard’s Hunting Annabelle is the best kind of psychological thriller—dark and twisted with a generous side of creepy. I had no idea where this story was going, only that I was rooting for Sean, the tortured hero whose search for Annabelle means releasing his own inner demons. Gritty, intense, and 100% surprising, Hunting Annabelle is one hell of a wild ride.” –Kimberley Belle, bestselling author of Three Days Missing and The Marriage Lie
“Wendy Heard’s Hunting Annabelle is a twisted roller coaster of a ride with an utterly unique, fascinating narrator. You won’t want to miss this genre-bending thriller.” –Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author of The Weight of Silence and Not a Sound
“Gritty, intense, and full of multi-dimensional characters that will keep you guessing until the end, Hunting Annabelle is a must-read psychological thriller. Readers of Gillian Flynn and Caroline Kepnes will adore Wendy Heard!” –Meghan O’Flynn, author of the Ash Park series
“Hunting Annabelle delivers the goods! This dark thriller takes you inside the tortured mind of a young man who has killed before - and fears he will kill again. When a woman crosses his path and then goes missing, anything seems possible. But what really happened to Annabelle? Pages fly right up to a final, heart-stopping turn. Wendy Heard proves herself a writer to watch!” –Wendy Walker, bestselling author of All is Not Forgotten and Emma in the Night
| Forthcoming 2019 |
| Forthcoming 2019 |
It's not a sequel
It's a heartwarming, poetic novel about the triumph of the human spirit. Just kidding. OF COURSE IT'S ABOUT MURDER. I'll share more about it as I am able...
The setting is urban Los Angeles--my hometown! God it feels good to be back home. And it takes place now, so no more researching technology from the 80s. Hallelujah!
This protagonist is my new favorite. She's scrappy, a hopeless smartass, and is covered in tattoos. More importantly, she's kind, strong, and warm.
It has a rad playlist.
Fears this book might reinforce: crowds, strangers, random acts of murderous vengeance, needles, and did I mention strangers?