NEW YORK TIMES and USA TODAY Bestseller
What if you Googled yourself & discovered something shocking?
In this gripping psychological thriller, Caroline Thompson Googles herself and discovers the shocking details of a past she doesn’t remember.
In this page-turner suspense, a group of privileged suburban moms amuses themselves by Googling everyone in town, digging up dirt to fuel thorny gossip. Caroline Thompson, devoted mother of two, sticks to the moral high ground and attempts to avoid these women. She’s relieved to hear her name appears only three times, citing her philanthropy. Despite being grateful that she has nothing to hide, a delayed pang of insecurity prods Caroline to Google her maiden name—which none of the others know.
The hits cascade like a tsunami. Caroline’s terrified by what she reads. An obituary for her twin sister, JD? That’s absurd. With every click, the revelations grow more alarming. They can’t be right. She’d know. Caroline is hurled into a state of paranoia—upending her blissful family life and marriage—desperate to prove these allegations false before someone discovers they’re true.
The disturbing underpinnings of The Memory Box expose a story of deceit, misconceptions, and an obsession for control. With its twists, taut pacing, and psychological tenor, Natiello’s page turning suspense cautions: Be careful what you search for.
Eva Lesko Natiello is the author of New York Times and USA Today Bestseller, THE MEMORY BOX, a psychological thriller about a woman who Googles herself and discovers the shocking details of a past she doesn’t remember. THE MEMORY BOX, her debut novel, is a recipient of the Houston Writers Guild Manuscript Award. Eva is a speaker on writing, self-publishing, book marketing, creativity and perseverance and essayist whose work can be found on the Huffington Post, New Jersey Monthly, nj.com, and anthologized in Not Your Mother’s Book … On Being A Mom. She is a former Estee Lauder Global Communications executive and a graduate of SUNY Albany with a degree in psychology.