When the remains of their father—who was a violent, twisted man consumed by hate—are found and a murder investigation is underway, his daughters—journalist Dinah, actress Denise and Hayley, hungry for her own chance at stardom—find their lives intersecting and unraveling again as they finally confront the truth about that deadly night
You Don’t Know me was the first romantic suspense novel I ever wrote. It was originally published as Tangled in the early 90s under the pseudonym Nancy Kelly. I’m delighted that it’s finally available again in this repackaged edition.
Everyone in Wagon Wheel, Oregon, knew that Thomas Daniels was a mean, violent man, twisted by liquor and hate. His stepdaughters, Dinah, Denise, and Hayley, knew it better than anyone. And then, with one desperate act, their lives changed forever.
Now, years after he disappeared, Thomas Daniels’ remains have been found and a murder investigation is underway. All three sisters–Dinah, a respected journalist, acclaimed actress Denise, and Hayley, hungry for her own chance at stardom–find their lives intersecting and unraveling again. And piece by piece, they’ll confront the truth about that deadly night–and the dark secrets that could turn one of them into a killer. . .
With its new title and new cover, You Don’t Know Me feels like a whole new book to me–one I hope you will enjoy as much as I do!