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Sandra A. Miller


Sandra A. Miller

Sandra A. Miller is the author of the award-winning memoir, TROVE, and the psychological thriller, WEDNESDAYS AT ONE.

Her essays and articles have appeared in hundreds of publications, including the Christian Science Monitor, Spirituality & Health, Modern BrideYankee, Family Fun, the Washington Post and the Boston Globe Magazine, for which she is a regular correspondent.

One of her essays was turned into a short film called Wait, directed by Trudie Styler and starring Kerry Washington. She has also written award-winning scripts for 11 Central Ave., a radio comic strip that ran for three years in major public radio markets.

Sandra has lived and worked in New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo and Luxembourg. She currently teaches English at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell and lives outside of Boston with her husband, Mark Santello.

Sandra A. Miller

Books by Sandra A. Miller

by Sandra A. Miller - Fiction, Psychological Suspense, Psychological Thriller, Suspense, Thriller

Dr. Gregory Weber, a renowned clinical psychologist, feels increasingly disconnected. His marriage is strained, his children are distant, and he can’t stop fixating on an unforgivable mistake he made when he was 17. So when an unscheduled client named Mira starts to appear in his office every Wednesday at 1 p.m. with knowledge about his past, Gregory quickly grows obsessed with her. Is she a new patient? A secret referral from a colleague? Someone connected to his teenage transgression? As his attraction for Mira grows more intense with each session, so does her probing scrutiny of him. Soon Gregory’s professional boundaries begin to dissolve, and he becomes the patient, desperate to uncover his connection to this mysterious woman and find out what she wants from him.