Orphaned niece of Lieutenant John Wilson, Sarah Wilson is determined to escape his restrictive upbringing and find her place in the world.
Her journey takes a deadly turn when she uncovers secrets about her past, hidden deep in her mother’s memories, that threaten everything Sarah wants.
They could cost her everything she holds dear—and her life.
Don’t let him find her. MY DEAD MOTHER’S DESPERATE PLEA takes my thoughts hostage, shattering my composure and threatening the freedom I long for. Why am I remembering this when nothing’s happened in the last thirteen years? All my focus needs to be on passing my final sharpshooting assessment. The cryptic recollection should be the last thing on my mind.
About The Author
Pauline Yates (she/her) is the Australian author of Memories Don’t Lie; a fast-paced science fiction novel inspired by her love for dark and dangerous action and adventure. An Australian Shadows Awards finalist, her short-form horror and dark fiction appear in numerous publications in Australia and abroad.
Pauline loves writing at midnight when her muse is the most volatile and enjoys taking pictures of the sunrise—if she wakes up in time.