Black-Eyed Susans

Black-Eyed Susans by Julia Hiberlin

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Seventeen-year-old Tessa, dubbed a `Black-Eyed Susan` by the media, became famous for being the only victim to survive the vicious attack of a serial killer. Her testimony helped to put a dangerous criminal behind bars – or so she thought.

Now, decades later, the black-eyed susans planted outside Tessa`s bedroom window seem to be a message from a killer who should be safely in prison. Haunted by fragmented memories of the night she was attacked and terrified for her own teenage daughter`s safety, can Tessa uncover the truth about the killer before it`s too late?

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Julia Hiberlin

A book by Julia Hiberlin

Julia Hiberlin is an American contemporary writer. Previously, she worked as an assistant editor for major newspapers. The author lives in Dallas and Fort Worth with her husband and son. “I grew up in a small town in Texas, not far from Ponder, the setting for Secrets of the Past. Even before I learned how to drive and started kissing boys, my main pastime in July and August was to travel in the scorching heat to an old prison converted into a library. The librarian was the mother of one of my friends, she was a very educated woman who turned a blind eye to the fact that I typed ten Harlequin novels, with whom I spent weekends. Then dreams were an important part of my life. In real life, every day I would pick a hairpin and socks to match the color of the outfit I was going to wear in high school. I have been described as "a pretty plump girl." I filled my diary with reflections on a kind and beautiful boy whom I met at breaks (later it turned out that he is a homosexual and a very good person). Finally I grew up, lost weight, cut my hair, started using mascara, and started dating a guy named Bubba. Santa Claus left Anna Karenina for me under the tree. My librarian advised me to meet other classic heroines: Anne Frank, Josephine March, and the unnamed storyteller from Rebecca. Soon I began to dream of writing my book. It took some time to realize this dream. When I quit my job as an editor at a newspaper, I cut our family`s income in half and devoted the next two years to fulfilling my idea. I remember how I once said to the person who helped me with the work on the book that she wanted to write "something sincere, not a great American novel." “Maybe at first it will, and then you’ll write something better,” he said, a little disappointed. I hope it happened.

" Author`s site http://juliaheaberlin.com Novels: 2012.

Playing Dead / Secrets of the Past 2013.

Lie Still 2015.

Black-Eyed Susans / Amber Flowers 2017.

Paper Ghosts

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Julia Hiberlin is an American contemporary writer. Previously, she worked as an assistant editor for major newspapers. The author lives in Dallas and Fort Worth with her husband and son. “I grew up in a small town in Texas, not far from Ponder, the setting for Secrets of the Past. Even before I learned how to drive and started kissing boys, my main pastime in July and August was to travel in the scorching heat to an old prison converted into a library. The librarian was the mother of one of my friends, she was a very educated woman who turned a blind eye to the fact that I typed ten Harlequin novels, with whom I spent weekends. Then dreams were an important part of my life. In real life, every day I would pick a hairpin and socks to match the color of the outfit I was going to wear in high school. I have been described as "a pretty plump girl." I filled my diary with reflections on a kind and beautiful boy whom I met at breaks (later it turned out that he is a homosexual and a very good person). Finally I grew up, lost weight, cut my hair, started using mascara, and started dating a guy named Bubba. Santa Claus left Anna Karenina for me under the tree. My librarian advised me to meet other classic heroines: Anne Frank, Josephine March, and the unnamed storyteller from Rebecca. Soon I began to dream of writing my book. It took some time to realize this dream. When I quit my job as an editor at a newspaper, I cut our family`s income in half and devoted the next two years to fulfilling my idea. I remember how I once said to the person who helped me with the work on the book that she wanted to write "something sincere, not a great American novel." “Maybe at first it will, and then you’ll write something better,” he said, a little disappointed. I hope it happened. " Author`s site http://juliaheaberlin.com Novels: 2012. Playing Dead / Secrets of the Past 2013. Lie Still 2015. Black-Eyed Susans / Amber Flowers 2017. Paper Ghosts