An Entire Community Points Fingers at an Amnesiac Auto Accident Survivor in Jeff Abbott’s ‘Blame’ [REVIEW]

When a 17-year-old girl awakens from a tragic car crash that killed her friend, she can’t remember anything about her life in Jeff Abbott’s Blame. (Photo courtesy Canva)
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Two teens caught in a devastating car wreck. One dies. The other’s memory is stolen. What caused the accident? No one knows for sure. And now everyone is pointing fingers at the survivor. But is she really responsible or is she a victim herself? Find out in Jeff Abbott’s psychological thriller, Blame.

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J.T. Ellison’s ‘Her Dark Lies’ Has More Twists and Turns Than A Game of Clue [REVIEW]

Life on a remote Italian island can be both romantic and deadly. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He’s rich. He’s gorgeous. And he can charm the socks off anyone he meets. But when a young woman agrees to be his new bride, will his family’s stunning Italian villa become a loving home or a terrifying tomb? Find out in J.T. Ellison’s new gothic stunner, Her Dark Lies.

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Jackie Kabler’s ‘The Perfect Couple’ Will Make You Look Twice at Your Spouse [REVIEW]

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Was their marriage truly perfect, or the perfect lie? (Photo courtesy Canva)

She thought she’d found the man of her dreams. She hoped their love would last forever. She never expected him to vanish into thin air. In Jackie Kabler’s latest novel, she examines the one question every hopeless romantic always asks: Is there any such thing as The Perfect Couple?

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Mary Burton’s ‘Near You’ is a Perplexing Mind Game That Keeps Us Guessing [REVIEW]

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His penchant for arson nearly cost her life. (Photo courtesy Canva)

Two women are murdered by fire. Now a doctor has been asked to solve the crime. But a man from her past has other plans for her. Can she catch a killer before she gets caught in his tanged web of obsession? Find out in Mary Burton’s breathlessly paced new novel, Near You.

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Nina Laurin’s ‘A Woman Alone’ Taps Into Our Worst Nightmares [REVIEW]

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Once a victim, always a victim? (Photo by Rene Asmussen, Pixels/Canva)

They thought they’d outrun their past. They believed they were entitled to a do over. But sometimes, new beginnings aren’t everything they are cracked up to be. What will one couple do when their new lease on life becomes a living nightmare? Find out in Nina Laurin’s A Woman Alone.

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