Worthy heiress of Marie Higgins Clark, Judith Kelman is one of the leading authors of the thriller feminine. This former columnist at the New York Times has already to her credit a dozen novels, many of which have achieved real success ("The viper velvet", "Nightmare without a face").
Mistress of suspense, she donned the central character of "The summer of thunderstorms" of a heavy past: thirty years earlier, a stormy evening, Anna Jameson saw a shadow strangling her older sister. And she never knew who had committed this crime. Today, as she is just about to draw a line on this painful memory, the murderer returns to her and chases her.
Summer storms, Judith Kelman, Pocket, 7.50?