‘I Invited Her In’ Is Diabolically Clever [REVIEW]

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When Abigail Curtiz reached out from the distant past, I made a mistake. I invited her in. (Photo by John Fraissinet, Flickr)

Seventeen years ago, they were inseparable. But then an unexpected pregnancy sent their lives in two different directions. One found domestic bliss at home while the other reveled in a life of glitz and glamour abroad, until the ultimate betrayal reunites the two women once more. All too quickly, they each find that life has a way of changing people… and not for the better. Brace yourself for a new foray into psychological terror and discover why some friendships should never be rekindled in Adele Parks’ I Invited Her In.
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‘The Spite Game’ [EXCERPT]

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After years of bullying, a young woman has a taste for revenge in Anna Snoekstra’s The Spite Game. (Photo by Spyros Papaspyropoulos, Flickr)

We all love a good revenge story. Just think of Stephen King’s Carrie or films like the ever popular Mean Girls. But Australian author Anna Snoekstra is turning the classic premise on its ear in her new novel, The Spite Game. Take a sneak peek inside the story in our exclusive excerpt. Enjoy! —Jathan & Heather Read more of this post

Danger Lurks Around Every Corner in Tiffany Reisz’s ‘The Lucky Ones’ [REVIEW]

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A lonely little girl finds solace in the home of a kindhearted philanthropist in Tiffany Reisz’s The Lucky Ones. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

Thirteen years after she is taken from the only haven she has ever really known, someone from the past reaches out to lure her back to the very place she has tried to forget. Should she accept the invitation? And what will happen to her if she does? Find out in Tiffany Reisz’s delicious new suspense novel, The Lucky Ones.  Read more of this post

An Ominous Sneak Peek Inside Tiffany Reisz’s ‘The Lucky Ones’ [EXCERPT]

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Just beyond the rusty front gates lies a dragon from the past in Tiffany Reisz’s The Lucky Ones. (Photo courtesy Pexels)

For as long as I can remember, I’ve loved getting lost in gothic suspense stories. Titles by Daphne du Maurier, Victoria Holt, Mary Stewart, and Phyllis A. Whitney have long lined my bookshelves, and I admittedly get a small thrill every time I revisit one of those volumes. So I’m always on the lookout for a new author of the genre. Tiffany Reisz is among the newest of those authors. So it is with great pleasure that I introduce her to you with this excerpt from her forthcoming book, The Lucky Ones.

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