Book Review: Her Every Fear (Peter Swanson)

Screen Shot 2017-01-02 at 7.57.07 AM.pngKate, reeling from a complicated past, decides to get away from her life and move across the ocean to participate in a house swap with her cousin, Corbin. He has a new job in London and she has never been to America; it seems like the perfect fit.   Upon her arrival to Boston, Kate is shocked to find out that the neighbor next to Corbin’s apartment, Audrey Marshall, has been brutally murdered. When the police question Kate about her cousin and the relationship to Audrey, she is unable to give them many answers but begins her own investigation into the murder. As she digs deeper and deeper into the investigation, she begins to see maybe she is in danger and when the danger Kate imagines isn’t as twisted or deadly as what is about to happen, her every fear becomes very real…
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Book Review: The Girl With All The Gifts (M.R. Carey)

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At 10 years old, Melanie spends her day in monotony.   She is locked up, alone, in a cell; she is only removed from it to be transported to and from her classroom. When they come from her, a gun is pointed at her and she is strapped into a wheelchair so she cannot move. Everyone is deathly afraid of her. Melanie is a special girl.

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Book Review: Don’t You Cry (Mary Kubica)

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Esther is missing. Quinn, her roommate, isn’t sure what to do. Should she call the police? Wait? Meanwhile, Alex is working in a café and sees a mysterious young woman. He is drawn to her. Who is she? Where did she come from?

Quinn is searching for answers. Alex befriends the woman.

Sometimes people are not who they appear to be and sometimes you can never outrun your past…no matter how hard you try.

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Book Review: A Game for All the Family (Sophie Hannah)

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Justine Merrison and her family (a husband and teenage daughter) move from their lives in London and settle down in a small town. Shortly after, her daughter begins to withdraw and strange, threatening phone calls begin.   Who can be trusted? What is real?

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Book Review: The Widow (Fiona Barton)

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Jean’s husband was accused of committing a kidnapping (and murder) of a two year old child. Jean’s husband is now dead. What does Jean know?  What will she share?  Does a marriage mean keeping secrets and standing by while the unthinkable happens?

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