I'll be drawing for lots of giveaways tomorrow (Sunday), so if you haven't entered for: 1) Either Alone or The Dark Road by Marissa Farrar; Under the Thirteen Moons by Kathryne Kennedy; or your choice of book by Patricia Briggs from her Mercy Thompson or Alpha & Omega series, scroll down and comment to enter.
Up for grabs today: BAD THINGS (and no, it's not the Jace Everett song, although that song does bad things to me--heh).
THE PUBLISHER'S SCOOP: The new psychological thriller from the bestselling author of The Straw Man and The Intruders is a heart-stopping tale of deception, and our culpability in our own misfortunes. ...A bad thing occurred three years ago. A little boy died for no discernable reason, shattering lawyer John Henderson's world. Today he's a different man, living a solitary, simple existence in an Oregon beach house—until the night he receives a short e-mail from a stranger: I know what happened. With just four words, Henderson is pulled back to Black Ridge, Washington, the one place he'd hoped never to see again. It seems that bad things have always happened in this small town of generations-old secrets—and the shadows here seem even darker now than when tragedy first drove John Henderson away. The deeper he digs for answers, the more danger he draws toward himself and his estranged, helpless family . . . and he's not the only one who's been called home. And that's a very bad thing . . .
MY TAKE: I haven't read it yet, but it sounds spooky and creepy and awesome. I loved Stephen King's Storm of the Century, and this sort of has that feel to it, judging from the description.
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