"I have to tell you something. I did something bad." Fifteen years ago, Blair's best friend Molly was murdered. Fifteen years ago, Adrian Jones went to prison for it. Fifteen years ago, the real killer got away with it. And now, Blair's terminally ill sister has made a devastating deathbed confession, which could prove that the wrong man has been imprisoned for years - and that Molly's killer is still out there. Blair's determined to find him, but the story behind Molly's death is more twisted than she could imagine. If she isn't careful, the killer will ensnare her and bury Blair with his secret.
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When Diana Greene leaves her hometown for a new life, she thinks she has left the past behind: her sister's disappearance, her mother's illness, and the visions Diana used to see. Then, a mysterious visitor prompts Diana to uncover secrets about the dark and violent covenant that the town was founded upon.
Once when Revel Radcliffe was young and troubled by his widowed father’s plans to remarry, he fled into the woods and met a young girl who was out picking wildflowers. Her words that day comforted him in his distress and introduced him to a lasting faith. Now as a man facing an uncertain future, he remembers that girl, who again helps him summon the courage to face a new day.
She finally had the family she had always wanted, so why did she feel as though someone had stepped on her grave? Suzannah and Noel are desperate for a child so when they get the chance to adopt a young girl called Orchid, they jump at the chance. They have been warned that it will take time for Orchid to settle into their family, but the problems they encounter seem out of the ordinary. Rooms are flooded, mirrors are smashed and Orchid owns up to none of it. Then things take a sinister turn and Suzannah becomes truly frightened. Who is this child they have let into their lives and will they ever be able to tame her? Other books by Lorna Dounaeva The May Queen Killers Series The Perfect Girl The Perfect Friend The McBride Vendetta Psychological Thriller Series FRY Angel Dust Cold Bath Lane The Wedding The Holiday Thrillers Series The Christmas Party Lorna Dounaeva's novels combine mystery and suspense with a dash of romance and a sprinkle of very British humour. Her unique style will have you on the edge of your seat, as you follow the twists and turns. If you enjoy Girl on The Train and Gone Girl style psychological thrillers, then these books are for you. You can sign up for Lorna Dounaeva's readers club at LornaDounaeva.com for updates on new releases, and great reader giveaways.
Kitsup County forensic pathologist Birdy Waterman is well known for giving a voice to the voiceless: the corpses of people who are often victims of violent crimes. Birdy is also letting her teenage nephew Sean stay with her for a while but the family reunion is put on hold when Birdy gets a phone call from the coroner’s office. An unidentified foot has been found in Banner Forest. The only clue to its owner: pink nail polish on the toenails. As Birdy teams up with homicide detective Kendall Stark to investigate, she soon discovers that people all over town are hiding secrets that can prove deadly if they are uncovered.
Noli Meyers is a fifteen-year-old student who vanishes late one night. As her father and other searchers look for her, she experiences one of the worst fears a person could go through. This is her story of survival.
When four friends spend the summer after graduation in a remote cabin in the woods, they have no idea that one of them will die before the holiday is over. Nearly a decade later, despite trying to forget that summer, the guilt isn't ready to let them go. And when a victim of one of their past pranks commits suicide, it sets off a chain of eerie events. Is there someone who wants to reveal their secrets? Is it possible Suz did not really die - or has she somehow found a way back to seek revenge?
She is lost in the woods and dying. And then she sees the ghost.. On a warm July day, Drew Morgan sets out for a walk in the Adirondack woods, but while she is there a microburst roars through obliterating the trail. Dehydrated, starving and suffering from an infected wound, she wanders alone in the woods for several days. And that's when she sees the ghost of a teenage girl. After her rescue, Drew convinces friends to look for the girl and there they find the body. Than things begin to change. A medium who convinced Drew to look for the girl disappears. No one knows who the murdered girl is and when the body of the medium is found in the woods, Drew realizes that she may be in over her head and the killer may already have her in his sights. Reviews: "The Girl in the Woods is fast and engaging from beginning to end. The aura of mystery, the very human characters, the search and rescue dogs and the Adirondacks, make for a chilling, suspenseful read. Whether you believe in ghosts or spirits or not, there's plenty to wonder about in The Girl in the Woods. I recommend it." Amazon review "I read this book in 3 1/2 hours. Fantastic read. Am going to buy others from this author." Amazon review "This book was fun and fast moving. Ghosts and mystery, premonitions and rescues; it's all here. Fun read." Amazon review "Being a northern New Yorker myself, I plucked this murder mystery off my to-read pile figuring to spend a few spare minutes looking into it, only to find that I couldn't put it down, ending up reading it in one setting, something I almost never do. Ms. Mooers, an Adirondack 46r is a marvelous storyteller, a crafter of mystery plotting whose intricacies will keep you guessing right up to the jaw-dropping ending. If you're ever camping in the Adirondacks, Ms. Mooers is just the yarn spinner you'll want around the midnight campfire." Amazon review "This is the fourth book by this author that I have read. Each book is better than the one before but all are worth reading. This one though, The Girl in the Woods is outstanding. I could NOT put it down. Well written, it is a dancing story, moving quickly to keep a reader enchanted with a good story line, great descriptions of setting, wonderful character development and a good ending. For those of us who live in Upstate New York and have climbed mountains in the Adirondacks, it is a welcome new piece of literature."