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I sat on this review for three weeks… and I still think this is the best book I’ve ever read. Anyone know a book club/therapy group?
Because She Loves Me–Mark Edwards–9/10
Possibly my favorite Mark Edwards book, this entire book seems to be a twisting plot and a thrilling story.
I Am Watching You– Teresa Driscoll–8.7/10
First book I’ve read from this author. Very entertaining. One of the better “bestsellers” I’ve read.
A great, frightening book that has more secrets than a big, old, scary castle.
Killing Cupid–Louise Voss and Mark Edwards–8.5/10
Another fantastic book by this duo, which keeps producing great, character-driven books.
The Magpies–Mark Edwards–8.5/10
A great book by Mark Edwards; one of the best urban horrors.
An intriguing, action-packed horror novel with lots of deaths.
By an unknown, once-indie author Ike Hamill, this book was a complete and pleasant surprise.
The Girl on the Train–Paula Hawkins–8/10
An awesome book, except for the last two or three chapters.
The Strange Case Of Dr. jekyll and Mr. HYDE–robert Louis Stevenson–8/10
A classic, but it holds up surprisingly well. One of the first multiple-personality twists
Forward Slash–Louise Voss and Mark Edwards–8/10
This book really shows the dark side of internet dating, and strangers in general.
Follow You Home–Mark Edwards–7.7/10
An intriguing prospect, but not quite as excellent as Edwards’ other work.
The ultimate murder-mystery. Think Clue + Sherlock Holmes
The first story really is legendary.
Leave This Place–Spike Black–6/10
A fast-paced, entertaining read that will suck you in.
Excessively long, barely scary.
Book 2 of the action-packed, mysterious series by Robert Dugoni.
One of the most underrated books I’ve ever read. This one deserves a lot more reads.
The first book in this mysterious, thrilling series.
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