Monthly Archives: November 2014

Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey

HealeyDementia patient Maud is convinced that her friend Elizabeth is missing.  As she collects seemingly insignificant items she feels are clues, we are brought back to her post WWII days when her sister disappears without a trace.  Healey intertwines two touching stories skillfully, reminiscent of The House on Beartown Road by Elizabeth Van Pelt.

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The Wonder of All Things by Jason Mott

MottThe author of The Returned follows up with a gripping and emotional story of Ava, a rural teen who discovers she has the power of healing.  As she heals, she becomes weaker until she has to make a heartbreaking decision.

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The Devil’s Workshop by Alex Grecian

GrecianBook three of the Scotland Yard Murder Squad series runs full steam with suspense.  Inspector Walter Day and colleagues are still hot on the trail of a Jack the Ripper suspect along with old nemeses.  If you haven’t read them, start at the beginning with The Yard.

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Pretty Little Killers by Daleen Berry and Geoffrey C. Fuller

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Pretty Little Killers explores the tragic events surrounding the murder of Skylar Neese.  Skylar, Shelia, and Rachel were three teenage best friends, until two of them murdered their best friend. A journalist and investigator provide you with information that will tug at your emotions as you read this chilling true crime novel.

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