Carla Norton is a novelist, journalist, and true crime writer. Her debut fiction, THE EDGE OF NORMAL, was a Thriller Award finalist. WHAT DOESN'T KILL HER is the "high-octane" sequel (titled HUNTED in Australia/NZ/India/UK).
Carla's first book was a true account of a shocking kidnapping case, and that story fuels her fiction. Carla covered the criminal's trial, then coauthored PERFECT VICTIM with the prosecutor. It made the reading list for the FBI's Behavioral Sciences Unit and was a #1 New York Times bestseller. In THE EDGE OF NORMAL, Carla morphs her true crime expertise into fast-paced fiction with an extraordinary heroine, Reeve LeClaire, a 22-year-old survivor of kidnapping and captivity.
*"A heart-pounding thrill ride that had me holding my breath to the end." Chevy Stevens
*"A perfect blend of literary style ... and edge-of-the-seat thriller." Jeffery Deaver
Reeve LeClaire returns in WHAT DOESN'T KILL HER/HUNTED:
*A "sophisticated forensic thriller... with a brilliant heroine who takes recovery to a whole new level." J.T. Ellison
*"A smart, tightly written, psychological thrill ride." Taylor Stevens
Carla also wrote DISTURBED GROUND, the true story of a Sacramento landlady who murdered her tenants and buried them in her garden. Carla covered the nine-murder-count trial, examining psychological issues and explaining forensic evidence.
*"Brilliant!" Ann Rule
When Carla is not writing books, she's writing hotheaded essays and really bad poetry. She also writes for AlgonquinRedux.com. You can find her on Goodreads, follow @CarlaJNorton on Twitter, and find Carla Norton: Novelist & True Crime Writer on Facebook. For more, please visit her website: CarlaNorton.com.