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How well do we really know someone? And what influences that supposed knowledge? In this mystery, a father is trying to carry the weight of his grief of losing his wife and trying to provide financially and emotionally for his distraught teenage daughter, Olive. Then questions surface and doubts begin to creep in..... is Billie really dead or did she stage her disappearance to escape her confining life? What really are Olive’s visions? This book will keep you guessing until the very end. ~ Reviewed by Tambra Johnson Reap
Crombie’s 17th Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James mystery has the detectives going in separate directions: Gemma dealing with a tragic murder and Duncan with possible internal corruption that could endanger not only himself but family and friends as well. This well plotted novel will keep you guessing until the very end of both of these complex cases. ~ Reviewed by Tambra Johnson Reap
This harrowing thriller makes you question how safe your children really are. It follows mother Audra after a traffic stop gone wrong ends up her in custody and her children missing. The thrilling roller-coaster of a trip against time to find the children will keep you glued to the pages. ~ Reviewed by Tambra Johnson Reap
Not all are free. Not all are equal. Not all will be saved.
A commoner family hopes to face their required term of ten years of enslavement together, but instead are torn apart between serving the Equals — aristocrats with magical gifts — and indenture in a brutal factory town. One discovers love, another revolution. Both discover they have to make choices that could have drastic consequences. ~ Reviewed by Tambra Johnson Reap
A psychological thriller, the book follows the story of two girls abducted before their first year of college. Though one escapes two weeks after the kidnapping, the other is never found. The sister of the missing girl, a student of forensic pathology, attempts to uncover the mystery of her sister’s disappearance. Very well-written, lots of red herrings, and a culprit you won't see coming! ~ Reviewed by Tambra Johnson Reap