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Open House
Written by:
Katie Sise 
Read by:
Rebecca MozoLori Prince 
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
7 hours 49 minutes 
April 01 2021 
Available Date:
April 01 2021 
Age Category:
Fiction; Crime & Thriller; Mystery; Psychological Fiction 
Bolinda/Brilliance audio 
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Bestselling author

A missing young woman, ten years gone. A town still held in the grip of an unsolved mystery. A breathtaking story of psychological suspense by the bestselling author, Katie Sise.

A decade ago in upstate New York, art student Emma McCullough walked into the woods and was never seen again. It’s a mystery that still haunts her bucolic university town and her broken family, especially her sister Haley, whose need for closure has become an obsession. But now, finally, the first piece of evidence in the vanishing has been found – Emma’s bracelet, lodged in a frozen piece of earth at the bottom of a gorge. For Emma’s three best college friends, for a beloved former teacher and for Haley, the chilling trinket is more than a clue in a resurrected cold case. It’s a trigger. Then a woman is attacked during an open house, and the connections between the two crimes, ten winters apart, begin to surface. So do the secrets that run as deep and dark as the currents in this quiet river town.

'A chilling thriller, Open House tracks a missing art student who vanished 10 years prior and how her disappearance connects with a recent attack during an open house in a small university town ...'
Good Morning America

'... this novel has just enough twists to keep its readers along for the ride. Sleuths will delight in piecing together clues and untangling lies alongside the protagonists.'
Kirkus Reviews

'Sise captures the insular nature of small towns in this domestic drama, and a series of unpredictable twists makes everyone the culprit for at least a little while ...'