By Cate Holahan
Crooked Lane Books; November 10, 2015
336 pages; $24.99
Dark Turns follows young ballerina Nia Washington from her humble beginnings on the streets of New York City to an unfortunate injury that leaves her sidelined. She accepts a job as a dance instructor at an elite boarding school and suddenly finds herself playing a game of cat and mouse with a ruthless killer.
Advance Praise for Cate Holahan
“In this twisting danse macabre of jealousy, obsession, vanity, and revenge, Cate Holahan gives more than a superb debut performance. Dark Turns provides a master class in murder.”
– Jan Coffey USA Today bestselling author of Trust Me Once.
“Cate Holahan’s debut novel, Dark Turns, reads like a mash-up of Black Swan and a particularly juicy episode of Gossip Girl.”
– Charles Dubow, bestselling IndieBound author of Indiscretion
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
CATE HOLAHAN is an award-winning journalist and former television producer. Holahan’s articles have appeared in BusinessWeek, The Boston Globe, The Record and on web sites for CBS, MSN Money, NorthJersey.com, BusinessWeek.com, and CNBC. Her short fiction won first place in the 19th annual Calliope competition, a magazine published by the writer’s group of American Mensa.