Just weeks after a melodramatic recover of “The Girl on a Train,” a author of a book it’s formed on has announced that she’ll recover a new torment novel in May 2017.
Paula Hawkins broke all kinds of sales records with a story of Rachel, a lady struggling with heartbreak, alcoholism, and a dread of her possess observations.
Her arriving book, Into a Water, promises a identical conceit. The story will core on a murder of a teenage lady and a singular mother, found during a bottom of a stream nearby a tiny town, according to a matter by Riverhead, a Penguin Random House impress that published “Girl on a Train.”
The novel will “interrogate a deceitfulness of memory and all a dangerous ways that a past can strech a prolonged arm into a benefaction and future,” a book’s editor, Sarah McGrath, pronounced in a statement.
Hawkins echoed a capricious vigilant of her sophomore thriller.
“For me there is something overwhelming about a stories we tell ourselves, a approach voices and truths can be dark consciously or unconsciously,” she told a Associated Press.
Into a Water, that during final veers divided from a trend of including a word “girl” in a pretension of renouned thrillers, is slated for recover on May 2.