Erica Spindler’s ‘The Look-Alike’ Examines the Effects of Mental Illness [REVIEW]

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When a parent is mentally ill, a child can’t help but wonder if they are next. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A horrible crime. A mother’s paranoia. A daughter’s worst nightmare. When the lines between reality and delusion are blurred, will one woman be able to unearth the truth to bury the past? Find out in Erica Spindler’s new novel, The Look-Alike.

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In J.D. Robb’s ‘Secrets in Death,’ Nearly Everyone Has a Motive to Kill [REVIEW]

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A famous gossip reporter is killed in the middle of a posh night spot in J.D. Robb’s Secrets in Death. (Photo by cottonbro, Pexels.com)

A master manipulator. A tenacious cop. One very public murder. Will Lieutenant Eve Dallas be able to catch a killer when there are so many potential suspects who wanted the deceased to meet an untimely end? Find out in J.D. Robb’s Secrets in Death.

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Mary Louise Kelly’s ‘The Bullet’ Is A Page Turner You Won’t Want To Miss

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9 mm Bullet BW (Photo courtesy An Nguyen, Flickr)

In Mary Louise Kelly’s latest novel, The Bullet, Caroline Cashion’s life unravels after learning a bullet is lodged near the base of her skull. Stunned by this revelation, Caroline wonders why her adoptive parents never revealed this fact. Read more of this post