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This story line really had me going. At times I was even scared and freaked myself out. Love the ending and highly recommend reading this book especially with Halloween coming... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Courtney Werling
Good mystery. Made me want to see what happened next when I got to the end of each chapter. A little hokey at times but enjoyable nonetheless.Published 1 month ago by Debbie G
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This was a very good read. I liked how the story bounced from the present to the past and crescendoed at the end. EnjoyablePublished 1 month ago by LoriAnn Mottolo
I really enjoyed "Promise not to tell"! This is story of a woman, damaged and scared looking for redemption. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. White
Perfect suspense. Each chapter unfolded the pieces. Looking forward to other books by this author. Age 16+ would be appropriate for reading this.Published 2 months ago by Andrea Creeden
The storyline was two dimensional, and the plot was easy to "see through."Published 2 months ago by Danik of Landor