A Flicker in the Dark, Stacy Willingham

Chloe is the daughter of a serial killer. But all that happened 20 years ago. It doesn’t mean it hasn’t changed her life because everything is different for Chloe, including herself. But now, girls are dying again. It’s bringing up old memories for her, and she spends a lot of time ruminating, caught in the… Continue reading A Flicker in the Dark, Stacy Willingham

Beneath Devil’s Bridge, Loreth Anne White

“When does a story begin? I know it doesn’t end.” Last year I read In the Dark and loved it, so I want to work my way through White’s books when I have the time. Beneath Devil’s Bridge is a story that slowly reveals, is told in alternating viewpoints, and draws the reader in through… Continue reading Beneath Devil’s Bridge, Loreth Anne White

You’ll Be the Death of Me, Karen M. McManus

You'll Be the Death of Me Karen M. McManus Publisher: PenguinLength: 336 PagesPublishing: November 30th, 2021 About the Book Ivy, Mateo, and Cal used to be close. Now all they have in common is Carlton High and the beginning of a very bad day. Type A Ivy lost a student council election to the class… Continue reading You’ll Be the Death of Me, Karen M. McManus

Blog Tour- The Fallen in Soura Heights, Amanda Jaeger

The Fallen in Soura Heights Amanda Jaeger Publisher: Self-published Publication date: March 15, 2021 Age group: Adult Genres: Thriller About the Book Fey Anderson has dreamt about Soura Heights and how picture-perfect it appears to be. What she never expected was for her husband’s body to be found in the forest. Determined to find out… Continue reading Blog Tour- The Fallen in Soura Heights, Amanda Jaeger

They’ll Never Catch Us, Jessica Goodman

Meet sisters Stella and Ellie. Both are on the track team, and both have goals for college. Stella's are more ambitious, especially because an incident last year has marked her as aggressive. It doesn't help that she's prickly towards her team members. She's a loner who doesn't let people in. Ellie is more outgoing, makes… Continue reading They’ll Never Catch Us, Jessica Goodman