About Dead of Winter by Antoinette McCormick:
Can a dead woman’s memories solve her murder?
Ten years ago, someone brutally murdered Amara’s twin sister, Nisha.
No one ever found her killer… No one found any evidence at all. The loss devastated her family and drove her father to suicide.
Now, through a controversial new technology–memory reconsolidation–Amara hopes to catch a killer by having Nisha’s memories implanted in her mind.
What she doesn’t know is that Nisha’s killer might be something more than human…
Something capable of manipulating time and memory…
Something with an appetite for flesh and blood!
Winner of the 2021 Inkitt Midsummer Murder Mystery Contest, this debut thriller from the author of The Haunting of Sky Hollow will keep you on the edge of your seat!
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Antoinette McCormick is the author of seven novels, including The Haunting of Sky Hollow, The Butterfly Girl, and All the Colors of Death, a story inspired by Dead of Winter. Her short stories and poems have appeared in numerous publications, including Mad Scientist Journal, Blood Moon Rising, Halfway Down the Stairs, and Vermont Literary Review, as well as on a limited edition tour poster for the musical group, Alice in Chains. When not thinking up new ways to scare people, she works in the increasingly frightening field of health care.