Sandra SG Wong’s ‘In the Dark We Forget’ Makes Readers Question Their Own Biases [REVIEW]

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With her new psychological thriller, In the Dark We Forget, Sandra SG Wong (Devil Take the Hindmost) does everything but throw a toaster in our bath water to give us a jolt. Told in first person by an unreliable narrator with no memory, she thrusts readers into the woods, isolated and alone, and leaves us to discover along with her protagonist what she can’t recall and why she’s forgotten everything she’s ever known. Readers are in for an unexpected treat with this one.

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Danger Lurks Deep in the Maine Woods in Paul Doiron’s ‘One Last Lie’ [REVIEW]

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When a dear friend vanishes in the Maine woods, Mike Bowditch will do whatever it takes to find him. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Maine Warden Investigator Mike Bowditch is having a bad week. First, one of his best friends vanishes into thin air. Then a cold case must be reopened, and he’s not certain who he can trust to help him solve it. And then there are the complications with his love life. Will Mike ever catch a break? Find out in Paul Doiron’s One Last Lie.

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