Juliet Dark is the pseudonym of critically acclaimed literary suspense writer Carol Goodman, whose novels include The Night Villa and The Lake of Dead Languages. Her novels have won the Hammett Prize and have been nominated for the Dublin/IMPAC Award and the Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her fiction has been translated into thirteen languages. She lives in New York’s Hudson Valley with her family. (added from Random House)
Also writes as Lee Carroll (with Lee Slonimsky) and Juliet Dark.
The Lake of Dead Languages: A Novel 1,689 copies, 62 reviews
The Seduction of Water 775 copies, 18 reviews
Arcadia Falls 661 copies, 125 reviews
The Drowning Tree 641 copies, 30 reviews
The Ghost Orchid 525 copies, 17 reviews
The Night Villa 449 copies, 15 reviews
The Demon Lover 358 copies, 53 reviews
The Sonnet Lover 304 copies, 9 reviews
Blythewood 258 copies, 17 reviews
The Widow's House 180 copies, 17 reviews
Water Witch 179 copies, 27 reviews
River Road 149 copies, 12 reviews
The Other Mother 134 copies, 49 reviews
The Night Visitors 119 copies, 20 reviews
The Sea of Lost Girls: A Novel 99 copies, 16 reviews
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