Sandra Block graduated from college at Harvard, then returned to her native land of Buffalo, New York, for medical training and never left. She is a practicing neurologist and proud Sabres fan and lives at home with her family and Delilah, her impetuous yellow lab. She has been published in both medical and poetry journals. The Girl Without a Name is her second novel.
"The suspense keeps building throughout until the shocking ending.
This is a riveting debut from a promising new
"Little Black Lies is a daring, original debut that explores the dark side of memory. In Zoe, Block has created a character who is complicated, smart, and sympathetic. I can't wait to see what Block has in store for Zoe next."--Heather Gudenkauf, New York Times bestselling author
"What author Sandra Block does best...is the incorporation of real psychiatry and therapy into the story...Between Zoe's own treatment and her work at the hospital, the book sometimes feels like a cross between TV's CSI and House; a compelling, realistic read."--Rifflebooks.com
"A psychological suspense story smartly narrated... Zoe has a quick wit that emerges in wickedly unexpected ways."--New York Times Book Review
"Little Black Lies is a darkly intriguing mystery with a feisty young doctor as its protagonist. Sandra Block pulls you in deep and doesn't let go."--Meg Gardiner, Edgar Award-winning author
"Taut writing. Great protagonist. Believable plot. As well as an ending you didn't see coming."--BookLoons.com
"Sandra Block's heroine is smart, heartbreakingly vulnerable, and laugh-out-loud funny. I am a forever-fan of the Zoe Goldman series and will read anything Block writes. You should too."--Lisa Scottoline, New York Times bestselling author