A heart-stopping psychological suspense novel about a Texas prison official driven to commit the perfect crime, by the author of the international bestselling thriller Baby Doll.
YOU WOULD DIE FOR YOUR FAMILY. WOULD YOU KILL FOR THEM?
Working on death row and raising her son as a single mom is tough. When Kristy Tucker meets and falls in love with handsome Lance Dobson, at last she can imagine a better future.
But after their wedding, her life becomes one of constant terror. And as Lance's violence escalates, Kristy must decide how far she will go to save herself -- and her son.
The Walls is a riveting thriller about domestic violence, murder, and one woman's desperate gambit to protect her family.
About the Author
Debut author Hollie Overton was raised by her single mother, and Hollie -- an identical twin herself -- draws on her unique childhood experiences for her first novel, Baby Doll. Overton's father was a member of the notorious Overton gang in Austin, Texas, and spent several years in prison for manslaughter. Hollie is a television writer and resides in Los Angeles.
"The Walls is a suspenseful and satisfying psychological thriller by a writer who has hit her stride."—Dallas Morning News
"Overton spins a fast-moving, increasingly compelling tale."—Booklist
"[A] pulse-pounding thriller . . . The book's tension and drama increase exponentially."—Publishers Weekly
"What a compulsive read! A brilliant first novel that kept me transfixed and entertained until the very last page."—New York Times bestselling author Tess Gerritsen on Baby Doll
"A tense survivor story for fans of Chevy Stevens' Still Missing and Chelsea Cain's One Kick."—Booklist on Baby Doll
"Captur[es] the unique bond shared by identical twins."—Kirkus on Baby Doll
"Compelling ... Overton throws in enough twists, turns, and surprises to keep the reader wondering what on earth can happen next."—Publishers Weekly on Baby Doll
"You'll read this psychological thriller in one sitting."—Marie Claire (UK) on Baby Doll
"Compelling"—Richmond-Times Dispatch on Baby Doll
"Moves at breakneck speed."—Stylist on Baby Doll
"Riveting"—Women's Own on Baby Doll
"Refreshingly brisk"—Irish Independent on Baby Doll
"A menacing, yet beautifully compassionate read."—Love Reading on Baby Doll
"An incredibly powerful debut."—Sunday Mirror (UK) on Baby Doll
"Compelling psychological thriller"—Daily Express (UK) on Baby Doll
"A gripping page-turner that will make you think about what it means to be free."—Glamour (South Africa) on Baby Doll