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Jaime Jo

Jaime Jo, the coffee-fueled and cat-fancier extraordinaire, has entwined her life with the legendary Captain Hook, residing serenely in Wisconsin's rural woodlands.


Her literary vocation involves penning chilling Gothic tales, a baffling change from that of Austenites, with a strong preference to the master of dark, Edgar Allan Poe. Two mischievous urchins adorn their family, who keep their mother on her toes - providing an exhilarating amount chaos.

New Release


“Wright captivates with a thrilling tale of two women who get caught up in the secrets of a Wisconsin castle. . . . The twisting, fast-moving plot is loaded with secrets. Readers won’t want to put this down.”
- Publisher's Weekly



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Told in three alternating time lines, Wright portrays women stepping into their power and bravely facing life’s darkness in order to more fully embrace beauty and love, and she is especially mesmerizing in the personification of Castle Moreau. The castle breathes, consumes, possesses, and entraps, becoming the most withholding yet redemptive character in the novel.

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Library Journal

Wright (The Premonition at Withers Farm) pens another delightfully creepy tale where nothing is quite as it seems and characters seek freedom from nightmares both real and imagined.

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Reading is My SuperPower

“Bottom Line: The Vanishing at Castle Moreau is another deliciously atmospheric masterpiece from Jaime Jo Wright – in fact, I think it’s her best yet. Three timelines, bumps in the night, doorknobs rattling, mysterious screams, women missing, a gothic horror novelist, a hoarding grandmother … and a phantom woman with a crooked hand that ties them all together. Wright. . . not only crafts a story that will keep you spellbound but also carefully explores the depths of grief, fear, and love while pointing readers to the One who is truly a Refuge. My words don’t do it justice – put this on your must-read list without delay


October 2023


April 2023

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