Caroline Crowe seems to have everything. The penthouse apartment on Park Avenue, the clothes, the art...from the outside, her life looks perfect.
On the inside, it's another story.
Caroline lies awake at night devising the perfect murder. She brings her obsessive brilliance to the job, weighing the best options and savoring the details. Telling herself it's just for fun, just a way to pass the sleepless nights.
But when her brother begins therapy and threatens to start revealing the family secrets, those plans become more than just a way to deal with insomnia.
You're only as sick as your secrets. And Caroline's never, ever going to tell.
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Praise for You Made Your Bed
"Awesome! This is one of the freakiest, scariest, most realistic insights into a messed up mind. I have never read anything written in this style before. It’s absolutely amazing what the author accomplished here. I strongly recommend this book. I’ve been reading for over 50 years and this is one of the books that will stick with me."
"This book is a must read!!! The author makes Caroline, Wilson, Lillian and Gordon feel relatable and I actually started feeling bad for them! I couldn’t put this book down, thought I had the twist figured out but boy was I wrong! I already can’t wait to read more from this author!"
"This book is a total mind@#%!"
"I am so happy I had a chance to review Cornelia Goddin's "You Made Your Bed" as I fear I would have missed out on discovering a powerful new voice in psychological thrillers and horror. This book gives you a chance to live within a disturbed mind and learn about dysfunction in the family unit. I couldn't stop reading - it gave me goosebumps!"
"You won’t believe what happens in the book! I became so engrossed in it that I read it continuously until the bitter end."
"One of the best reads EVER! These characters and the way they think and act is so different and horrible but makes for such fantastic reading...you want this book in your collection, trust me!"
"I loved hating most of the main characters and I couldn't wait to find out what they'd do next. Hated putting it down. Can't wait for the next book!"
"Awesome! This is one of the freakiest, scariest, most realistic insights into a messed up mind. I have never read anything written in this style before. It’s absolutely amazing what the author accomplished here."
"You won’t believe what happens in the book! I became so engrossed in it that I read it continuously until the bitter end. It’s a fantastic psychological thriller!"
Cornelia Goddin studied writing at Dartmouth College and got an MFA from Columbia University. She has published short fiction in various literary magazines, along with seventeen books under different names, from cozy mysteries to an SAT math guide to vampire romance. She is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling writer with the Molly Sutton Mysteries, written under the name Nell Goddin.
Psychological suspense is one of her favorite genres as a reader, thanks to the unbeatable Patricia Highsmith and an early love of Hitchcock.
"An obsessive interest of mine --and yours, too, if you like this kind of book-- is wondering what's it like to live inside other people's heads. What sort of tracks does their thinking run on? Can we understand them if we get deep enough into imagining their thoughts, even if they're insane, even if they're capable of doing terrible things?
Not sure I have any answers to these questions...but they are a sort of underpinning to the books I'm writing under this name. I want to go to the dark places and see what's it's like. And take you with me."
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