martes, 14 de julio de 2015

Waiting on Wednesday: The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich

Publicado por Paulina J. en 21:30

Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Breaking the Spinethat spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

Title: The Dead House
Series: None
Author: Dawn Kurtagich
Date Published: September 15th 2015
Publisher: Little, Brown Books
  
Debut author Dawn Kurtagich is dead on in this terrifying psychological thriller!

Over two decades have passed since the fire at Elmbridge High, an inferno that took the lives of three teenagers. Not much was known about the events leading up to the tragedy - only that one student, Carly Johnson, vanished without a trace...

...until a diary is found hidden in the ruins.

But the diary, badly scorched, does not belong to Carly Johnson. It belongs to Kaitlyn Johnson, a girl who shouldn't exist Who was Kaitlyn? Why did she come out only at night? What is her connection to Carly?

The case has been reopened. Police records are being reexamined: psychiatric reports, video footage, text messages, e-mails. And the diary.

The diary that paints a much more sinister version of events than was ever made publicly known.
 

After dystopias mystery/thrillers are my favorite type of books, I just love trying to guess what's really going on and ho is the bad guy.





3 comentarios:

Beth on 15 de julio de 2015, 0:13 dijo...

Oh yeah... this one has been on my radar for awhile too. Although I'm chicken when it comes to spooky stories. My WoW features my favorite fictional detective in a roundabout way. Happy Reading.

Krystianna on 15 de julio de 2015, 14:14 dijo...

Great pick. This is the first that I've heard of this one but it sounds interesting. I love creepy stories!
Krystianna @ Downright Dystopian

Ariel on 15 de julio de 2015, 17:48 dijo...

I'm not a huge fan of mystery novels, but I hope you like this one! Happy reading :D
Ariel @ Bookish Confessions

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