ULR Feature: The Memory Box by Eva Lesko Natiello

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“A NY Times article I read about a L.A. teenager who Googled himself and discovered he was on a missing persons list in Canada, was the impetus for THE MEMORY BOX,” says Natiello. “He didn’t know he was a victim of parental abduction. I was fascinated with the concept of not knowing everything about yourself.” THE MEMORY BOX is from the hottest genre today—the marriage thriller “I especially love this genre of thrillers because they hit closest to home, both literally and figuratively, and are the most unsettling because of that. THE MEMORY BOX, like the other thrillers in this genre, like The Girl On The Train & Gone Girl it exposes the age-old fear: how well do you know you your spouse?

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About the Author

evaEva Lesko Natiello is an award winning author and graduate of The State University of NY at Albany where she received a degree in psychology. She was born in Yonkers, NY and currently lives in suburban New Jersey with her husband and two children. Ms. Natiello’s debut psychological thriller, THE MEMORY BOX, is a recipient of Houston Writers Guild 2014 Manuscript award. When not writing suspense novels, Ms. Natiello enjoys writing humorous musings about life’s ironies which can be read on her blog. Her short story, The Wordsmith, was a finalist in The Writer Magazine 2012 Best Short Story. Ms. Natiello is especially grateful to her readers for their enthusiasm, the time they take to write reviews, get in touch or spread the word. She is at work on her next novel.

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