Journalist Erin Kelly catapulted to literary heights in 2011 with THE POISON TREE, a dark tale of secrecy and family protection. Originally released in the UK as THE SICK ROSE, her second stand-alone is a complex drama of love and love betrayed. Appropriately promoted as sophisticated psychological suspense, THE DARK ROSE rockets Kelly’s career into the stratosphere.
"Kelly masterfully orchestrates character conceit and arrogance to draw in readers with the tension of a violin string.... Kelly’s keyboard is a Stradivarius and she a literary virtuoso."
Like a butterfly flitting between 1989 and 2009, the tale of teen Louisa Trevelyan’s obsessive love of Adam Glasslake takes a tragic turn, and Louisa goes on the la