Beat the heat this summer with these chilling tales.
Millicent and her husband finally find a way to revive their marriage. Their secret? Killing people. Some might go to marriage counseling, others decide to become serial killers. Millicent’s husband will do everything in his power to keep his wife happy – no matter the cost.
Speaking of Summer is about a girl named Autumn looking for her missing sister, Summer. Chicago author Kalisha Buckhanon has created a thrilling story documenting the fight to discover the truth of victim invisibility in the midst of urban peril.
A.J. Finn’s The Woman in the Window is a modern reimagining of the 1954 film Rear Window, with his novel featuring an agoraphobic woman battling between her fear and her desire to help. Will she be able to overcome and leave the house? Read this book to find out.
“Alicia Berenson was thirty-three years old when she killed her husband.” This sentence begins the novel. Deep dive into it to learn why a person does something so sinister, and why those that are sane are so obsessed with madness.
All Lucy wanted was to have a close relationship with her husband’s mother, but everything falls under suspicion when Diana dies of a supposed suicide. Yet, why did Diana change her will to exclude everyone in the middle of the night?
Lowen Ashleigh is commissioned to ghostwrite for famous writer Verity Crawford, but uncovers disturbing secrets she’s been hiding. While working, Lowen also grows close to Verity’s husband…but will secrets destroy everything?
Emma Cline’s novel tells the story of Evie Boyd, who in her old age thinks back on her life as part of a famous cult that had murdered someone in 1969. The story is a loose interpretation of the Manson family and supsequent murder of Sharon Tate, and leaves you wondering ‘what if?’
At Samantha’s prestigious graduate school, there is an eerie quartet that roams the halls: the Bunnies. They look alike, dress alike, and act alike. Samantha had always been wary of them, until one day they invite her to become one of them.
Summer camp is normally a time for bonding and summer fun. That is, until a body shows up in the lake. This is a reality for the MacAllister family, whose experience at their family’s summer camp ended up causing a rift among them for years to come. In this novel, everyone is a suspect, and everyone is guilty until proven innocent.
At the Butterfly Garden, there lies a collection of butterflies. Butterflies tattooed on the backs of young women, that is. Maya is a survivor of this she tells horrific tales of a man who’d go to any length to hold beauty captive. But the more she shares, the more the agents have to wonder what she’s still hiding…
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