I love Heather Graham’s writing. It makes me picture everything as I read. Her characters seem like real people and the scenes come to life as I read.
The young man Dave’s is as I would picture and I can see him m telling his cousin that his dad was with him with conviction. The other characters are high school age and just chomping at the bit to be out of there and into that haunted mansion. It is still close o Halloween here and I remember how I felt going into the haunted houses scared but in a hurry to go to the next one.
Heather makes me want to know what is going to happen to the ones who enter the haunted mansion.i would never have stopped reading at this particular spot. I want this book!
Thursday, November 9, 2017
Thursday, September 7, 2017
Hidden away for years, no one missed Maggie. She just didn't show up for work one day and no one questioned where she was. It's hard to believe , Maggie could be deceived for years. She was, though, until her sister tried to find her. Her sister could find no trace of Maggie. Meredith, Maggie's sister, met Harvey in the coffee shop she had glimpsed Maggie hriugh the window. Meredith became suspicious of Harvey and tricked him into leading her to Maggie. I didn't particularly like this book. It seemed too far fetched or maybe the content didn't actually explain how the ending came to fruition.
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
The Wilkinson's son is missing, 15 year old Billy. He left the house angry after a fight with his brother and never came home. Is he dead or playing a cruel joke on his family? It's been six months and no sign of or word from Billy. Everyone feels guilty. His mother, Claire for spending the night with her parents. Father, Mark, feels bad for arguing with Billy and brother Jake for punching Billy. Maybe there is someone in the house who is guilty after all. You must read the book to find out. I never suspected the murderer. Could it be mother, father or brother? Or maybe it is someone else, uncle Stephen, who Billy was close to or his brother, Jake's, girlfriend.
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
THE NAMES OF DEAD GIRLS by Eric Rickstd is a good book. It is a series with Frank Rath, former police officer. I had not read any of his other books and it is not necessary. This book is completely understandable without background info. Although retired, Rath is called in to investigate a missing person. The reason he is called is because Rath investigated a case years ago involving this victim. And then, he finds out the murderer of his sister and brother in law has been released from jail. Must read the book to find out how these are connected. But in the midst of this problem there are more murders and how are those connected? Wow, what a twist you'll find in this story. I did get a bit confused and feel the other murders could have been a whole book on its own.
Monday, April 3, 2017
DO NOT BECOME ALARMED by Maile Melody is a bit frightening. Now, I've never been on a cruise and not sure I want to go on one. Two couples decide to take a cruise with their children. They don't get off the ship at most stops but the one time another couple they meet on the cruise talk them into going zip lining. They never make it to zip line and go swimming instead but the tide changes and takes the kids downstream while no one is watching. And then.... read the book it's great.
Thursday, March 23, 2017
Detective Ben Wade returns to the quiet town of his childhood. He hopes to save his marriage by sheriffing in a small town instead of Los Angeles. But being in this town brings back repressed memories that interfere with his life. And then, there is that serial killer. In a small, quiet town?! Ben must face the memories of someone whom he trusted and what must still be happening after the death of a young man. Is it suicide or the serial? Ben is busy with two tragedies past and present. The outcome is a surprise waiting to be discovered.