Award-winning Norwich author Emma Healey announces second novel

Emma Healey. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY

Emma Healey. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY - Credit: copyright: Archant 2014

Award-winning author Emma Healey has revealed details of her upcoming second novel.

Entitled Whistle in the Dark, the book is a 'gripping mystery' about a family whose teenage daughter goes missing, only to return four days later, with no memory of what happened.

The novel will following Miss Healey's bestselling debut Elizabeth is Missing, released in 2015.

MORE: UEA graduate Emma Healey's award winning-novel Elizabeth Is Missing is being turned into a TV seriesPublisher Venetia Butterfield has described the book as being a 'suspenseful, sophisticated story of mothers and daughters which takes Emma's writing to a whole new level.'

She added that the story was 'even more remarkable' than Elizabeth is Missing.

MORE: Best selling Norwich author reflects on whirlwind six monthsMiss Healey wrote her debut novel while studying at the University of East Anglia. She graduated in 2011 with an MA in creative writing (prose fiction).

Whistle in the Dark is due to be published on May, 3 2018 by Viking.

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