Dear Laura

Dear Laura

Every year, on her birthday, Laura gets a letter from a stranger. That stranger claims to know the whereabouts of her missing friend Bobby, but there’s a catch: he’ll only tell her what he knows in exchange for something...personal.So begins Laura’s sordid relationship with her new penpal, built on a foundation of quid pro quo. Her quest for closure will push her to bizarre acts of humiliation and harm, yet no matter how hard she tries, she cannot escape her correspondent’s demands. The letters keep coming, and as time passes, they have a profound effect on Laura.From the author of Cruel Works of Nature comes a dark and twisted tale about obsession, guilt, and how far a person will go to put her ghosts to bed.

Title:Dear Laura
Edition Language:English
ISBN:null
Format Type:

    Dear Laura Reviews

  • Sadie Hartmann Mother Horror

    And this is where I stand up on a soapbox and preach about indie/self-published horror fiction.I don't know how I came to know about Gemma, I believe she submitted her collection, CRUEL WORKS OF NATUR...

  • Edward Lorn

    Video review: https://youtu.be/u6hG66NbGkUChapter 29, paragraph two...Chapter 29, paragraph two, is some of the best writing I've come across. The rest of the book is great, but that one paragraph wre...

  • Chris Berko

    Heartbreaking, tragic, horrifying. This book is about lost lives, or more specifically: stolen lives and the price of not letting go. I had seen other glowing reviews for this and had pretty high hope...

  • The Grim Reader

    Dang! This book sure is a kick in the teeth. I picked Dear Laura up after hearing good things about it from people whom I trust know their shit when it comes to book recommendations. The writing is ex...

  • Carol

    OH.....K. Now this is a thriller!Bobby is gone and even after 30 years, Laura wonders what became of him....why he got into the van....and who the BIG man was behind the wheel.The annual coded letters...

  • Elle's Book Blog

    Mini Review: Dear Laura is a well written novella of psychological horror. While the horror aspect was rather dim, it was certainly there in a psychological sense. I could feel the grief coming off ...

  • Lilyn G. | Sci-Fi & Scary |

    Note: Gemma reviews movies twice a month on Sci-Fi & Scary. However, I did not receive this book from her for review consideration and I will not be letting her contributor status influence the follow...

  • Eric

    As soon as Gemma Amor announced the release of this novella, I instantly headed over to Amazon to purchase it. I am utterly hooked on her stunning and effortless stories. They are grim but deeply huma...

  • Mindi

    Review to follow......

  • destiny ??? [howling libraries]

    Another A+ creepy read from Gemma Amor, nobody is surprised here. đź–¤ Seriously, though, I just think she's such a talented, brilliant author. This little story kept me on the edge of my seat the ent...