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Different genre for me. The spiritualist slant was key, but the skillfully unfolding mystery is what kept me hooked. I like a spirited female lead with some spine. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Katiebug
A great story from a great author. If you are a fan of Kelley Armstrong this is a great series to check out!Published 1 month ago by Lucian
The supernatural elements are delicately woven into this series. The story is suspenseful and it builds with each book. Non traditional mythology makes this book very original.Published 1 month ago by R. S. F. DAVIS
How creepy can a town be? Pretty creepy, if it's imagined by Kelley Armstrong. As usual for an Armstrong book, I came away with new knowledge. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Great new series. Really enjoying all the twists and turns. Can't wait to find out all the secrets of Cainsville.Published 1 month ago by Cathleen Villanueva
Wow This book really pulled me in and made me wanting more when I finished it. I look forward to the next book in the series.Published 1 month ago by Sara Gardner
Really enjoyed it and am ready to find out more about the people of Cainsville and the rest of Olivia storyPublished 1 month ago by JoAnn
Loved the book. It is a great twist on the supernatural...no vampires and minimal otherworldly...real people, real time, real possibilities. The next book is even better.Published 1 month ago by Kathryn M Brennan
Danger, strange omens and unique characters bring this tale to life. I love old superstitions and Armstrong weaved them in from the popular to the obscure. Read morePublished 2 months ago by kimbacaffeinate