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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‘I’ll Be Watching You’ Reveals Every Parent’s Worst Nightmare [REVIEW]

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I’ll Be Watching You will make parents question their child’s security. (Photo by CyberHades, Flickr)

A tragic accident. A mother’s worst nightmare. A daughter’s secret life revealed. What will one woman do to avenge her child’s death? Find out in Courtney Evan Tate’s breathtaking new thriller, I’ll Be Watching You.  Read more of this post

Heather Gudenkauf’s ‘Before She Was Found’ Proves the Need to Pick Our Friends Wisely [REVIEW]

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A slumber party game has dangerous consequences in Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found. (Photo by Barta IV, Flickr)

Three young girlfriends. A sinister obsession. A chilling crime that rocks a quiet community to its core. In Heather Gudenkauf’s Before She Was Found, discover how some friendships prove treacherous.  Read more of this post

An Artist Faces His Greatest Fears in Sydney Jamesson’s ‘The Darkest Corners’ [EXCERPT]

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Sydney Jamesson’s new novel, The Darkest Corners, isn’t another romance. Rather, it’s a tale of psychological suspense with a complex love story woven through it. Packed with lots of angst, loads of emotional turmoil, and fraught with edge-of-your-seat suspense, it’s the story of a single dad and a troubled young woman who must confront their deepest, darkest fears together. Take a sneak peek inside the novel with the excerpt below. Enjoy! —JRW

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‘The Stranger Game’ Is Familiar and Terrifying [REVIEW]

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Following others isn’t something people are just doing online anymore in Peter Gadol’s The Stranger Game. (Photo by Parth Patel, Flickr)

When a woman’s boyfriend vanishes, she starts looking for clues to his whereabouts in the most peculiar of places as she gets caught up in a voyeuristic new pastime in Peter Gadol’s The Stranger Game, an eerie new novel that will have you looking over your shoulder from now on.
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