One can't help but become ensnared...With dark woods, missing women, eccentric locals, unsettling wolf masks, secret messages and nighttime stalkers, WATCH THE GIRLS has all the nightmare fuel of great horror movie camp mixed with an absorbing mystery. ....There is no denying WATCH THE GIRLS is "nervously-eat-an-entire-box-of-cookies-without-realizing-it" good.
— Shelf Awareness (STARRED REVIEW)
A devastating novel that evokes Ingmar Bergman and David Lynch....This disturbing, surrealistic thriller will keep readers spellbound.
— Publishers Weekly (STARRED REVIEW)
Sibling rivalry and Hollywood obsessions collide...Fast-paced and fraught with suspense, WATCH THE GIRLS unravels like a perfect summer-night movie.
WATCH THE GIRLS is one of those books--it gets under your skin and stays
with you long after you've devoured the last page. It's the perfect
dark, chilling thriller for the age of social media and ubiquitous
reality TV that's anything but real. Jennifer Wolfe's damaged heroine
toes the thin and ever-blurry line between truth and fake Hollywood
glitz, right up until the devastating conclusion.
— Nina Laurin, author of Girl Last Seen
Make no mistake: Wolfe's got the goods. Timely, harrowing, and vividly
imagined, WATCH THE GIRLS is a wild ride with style to burn.
— Chris Holm, Anthony Award winning author of The Killing Kind
Twisty, tense, and addictive, WATCH THE GIRLS is like a great horror flick, a classic mystery, and an edgy piece of social commentary-all wrapped up into one dark, delicious package. Jennifer Wolfe is a huge new talent. Welcome to the book everyone will be reading this summer.
— Brad Parks, author of Closer Than You Know
[A] campy debut thriller...with [a] twisty and twisted ending.
— Kirkus Reviews
Wolfe moves one step further and investigates voyeurism itself--both as a problem, and as a manifestation of curiosity....Playful and creepy...blurs boundaries between the real and the surreal.
Debut author Wolfe has created a compelling, sympathetic character in
Liv, a scared, lonely woman who acts jaded and tough but grieves over a
missing sister of her own. The author takes readers on a psychologically
dark ride through a twisted underworld of fame and desperation, a
journey that will keep readers guessing until the shocking ending.
Fast-paced and involving.