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Publisher's Summary

A wickedly gripping thriller about family secrets, infatuation, and the lies we bury to protect ourselves, from the author of She Lies Close.

Heather Hornne is going home.

Haunted by a childhood tragedy and estranged from her family, Heather finds herself back in Hunther, Wisconsin, after 20 years running from it.

She returns to finally put the past to rest but uncovers another tragedy and finds herself in the beguiling grip of a young woman who knows more of her family secrets than Heather does.

To survive this homecoming, Heather must piece together a toxic history that she long tried to forget.

©2021 Sharon Doering (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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I love a good dark thriller, but for me, there is too much evil in the 🌎 right now to stomach this satanic theme. Like many new releases, there is a lot of fun poked at Christianity, and including the quote about Christianity being “no less crazy than Satanism” is a deal breaker. Oh, and of course there was the underlying “cops are pigs” theme, and throw in a little “straight today, maybe lesbian tomorrow”. Aside from that, this book is well narrated and decently written, until the ending, which is absolutely awful.

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Perfect book for the times.

Great story. Kept me engaged and I loved it and couldn’t stop listening. Glad I saw the authors TikTok 🥰

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write faster

1 - She needs to write faster! (Only 2 audiobooks that I can find)
2 - I want her thesaurus.
3 - Best combination of writer and narrator ever...well, Outlander & Davina Porter...

Good story, wonderful wordsmithing, excellent narration. Give it a try.

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Overall good, rushed ending (spoiler alert)

Overall though this author's writing is vivid and rich in metaphor, really well styled. Slow start but then really captivating, and the characters are interesting; I can do without the graphic sexual description; the suggested lesbian overtones between two of the characters was a little over the top but maybe that sells a few more copies to guys who like to imagine that all pretty women are secretly lesbians - cheap but doesn't kill the novel. My main issue here was the scooby doo cartoonish ending - the dastardly criminal telling the whole sordid crime, replete with motivations, as the tied up heroine desperately seeks escape. Took a good novel and made it seem silly and ridiculous at the end.

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STUPID

alot of hype for a lousy ending!!!! don't waste your time. or your money.

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