There’s Someone Inside Your House | book review

Makani Young was forced to leave her life behind in Hawaii after a terrible accident. She now lives with her grandmother in Osborne, Nebraska—basically, a giant corn field, the most boring place on the planet. That is, until Makani’s classmates started turning up dead. And not just dead—horribly, disgustingly mutilated. Makani and …

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The Vanishing Stair | book review

Stevie Bell loves mysteries. She loves them so much, she was accepted into the prestigious Ellingham Academy, site of the notorious Ellingham kidnapping/murder. During her first semester, she not only attempted to solve this decades-old cold case, but ended up starring in a mystery of her own: one dead classmate, another …

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The Grownup | book review

An unnamed young woman makes a living the only way she knows how—by conning people. Since she was a child, she’s been in the business of fraud. When a developing case of carpal tunnel threatens her current job, she’s offered a new position at Spiritual Palms reading auras. Easy enough, right? Just …

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A Line of Blood | book review

On a seemingly normal evening, Alex and his son Max chase their cat into the neighbor’s back yard, then through his open back door. What they find changes everything: their neighbor, dead, in the bathtub. What first looks like suicide begins to seem like murder as new information is …

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Everything I Never Told You | book review

In a small Ohio town, a young girl named Lydia Lee is found dead in the local lake. Lydia, the middle child in the Lee family. Lydia, whose mother wants her to be a doctor and whose father wants her to be the popular girl with tons of friends. Lydia, who couldn’t swim, but … Continue reading

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Truly Devious | book review

Albert Ellingham ran a free school for the gifted, a magical place for high school juniors and seniors who just weren’t getting the attention they needed in the public school system. But not just anybody could get in—you had to appeal and … Continue reading

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Diary | book review

Misty Marie Kleinman grew up poor, sitting on a cigarette-burned shag carpet with her hippie waitress mother, drawing beautiful houses in a perfect town on a gorgeous island. In art school, she met the man who would make her … Continue reading

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