“This novel doesn’t stop running, and neither would you if you were Althea Bell. She’s just learned that for three generations the women in her family have vanished or died on their thirtieth birthday—and hers is fast approaching. To survive, she must race to solve a century-old mystery. Emily Carpenter has written a hell of a thriller with language as lush as its Southern setting.” —Benjamin Percy, author of The Dead Lands, Red Moon, The Wilding, and Refresh, Refresh
“Southern Gothic in all its creepy inbred finery. I found myself rooting for recovering addict Althea as she teeters on the brink of relapse while uncovering the horrific secret behind her family’s inherited madness and premature death.” —Amy Plum, international bestselling author
“Emily Carpenter weaves a masterful web of Southern gothic family drama and spine-tingling mystery. A must read.” —M.J. Pullen, author of The Marriage Pact and Regrets Only
About the Author
Emily Carpenter, a former actor, producer, screenwriter, and behind-the-scenes soap opera assistant, graduated with a bachelor of arts degree from Auburn University. Born and raised in Birmingham, Alabama, she now lives in Georgia with her family. Burying the Honeysuckle Girls is her first novel. Visit Emily online at www.emilycarpenterauthor.com.