OUT June 24.
Over thirty years ago, young and promising singer Roxy Raines disappeared. The people of her hometown, the tiny island resort of Sandown, are reluctant to talk about it, proclaiming Roxy as a runaway.
Seventeen-year-old Mona Perry is convinced there's something more sinister at play. Armed only with a suitcase and a microphone — to record her findings for her podcast's listeners — this runaway teenager has one hot summer to get to the bottom of the disappearance.
But as Mona gets drawn deeper and deeper into the strange goings on of this isolated community, it's clear that nothing is as it seems — least of all Mona's own past . . .
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Praise for THE THINGS WE DON'T SEE
'A beautifully written mystery with a host of fascinating characters, Savannah Brown's new book explores loss - on both the people and the places left behind - and comments on our fascination with true crime in a fresh and thought-provoking way.' - Vincent Ralph, author of Are You Watching?
'A propulsive mystery driven by beautifully raw narration, The Things We Don't See is an honest look at the cost of moving on. Brown's prose reads like a live wire.' - Rory Power, author of Wilder Girls