Beneath Devils Bridge is a heartbreaking, thought provoking murder mystery worthy of your reading list.
A Deadly Influence is a well-written story that uniquely explores a possible cult conspiracy-based kidnapping in the age of social media. While I didn’t fall in love with the characters, I thoroughly enjoyed how Omen used their backgrounds to move the story forward. A highly entertaining read for my fellow booknerds who love a fast-paced mystery story full of murders, coverups, and a shocking ending.
Drunk from celebrating, Sarah walks her dog late in the city oblivious to the dangers following her.
Her boyfriends always laugh at Henry’s warnings not to hurt his daughter, Vanessa. He gets it. He’s not an intimidating man, but there’s nothing Henry wouldn’t do to protect Vanessa.
A murder mystery story is always more enjoyable when everyone has something to hide. Sara Shepard has perfected the art of giving every character a syndicalist motive to murder, as demonstrated in Pretty Little Liars. And she did it again in Reputation.
Wool by Hugh Howey is one of my favorite books of all time. It made me fall in love with apocalyptic stories by demonstrating that such stories aren’t just about crumbling worlds because of zombie-creating infections. I had to pick this book up when I saw Hugh Howey edited and wrote a story for The End is Nigh.
I was hooked from start to finish. Red Hands is a thrilling read full of heartbreak, empathy, and supernatural mysteries.