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Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda

Jessa Whitworth has lost the only boy she has ever loved. Jessa Whitworth has lost her friends. Jessa Whitworth has lost “herself.”

Many months have passed since Jessa’s ex-boyfriend, Caleb, died but she still cannot find the strength to move on with her life. 682 more words

Author Spotlight: Megan Miranda

Female-driven suspense plots abound with Megan Miranda, and she’s becoming a go-to name is suspense fiction, so check out her entire body of work before deciding which one to read first! 1,073 more words

Fragments of the Lost by Megan Miranda

Before Megan Miranda released two stellar, suspenseful adult novels, All the Missing Girls and The Perfect Stranger respectively, she wrote YA fiction, and her latest release returns to YA fiction.  725 more words

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Weekly Update: March 19-24, 2018

Week 2 of my weekly updates! I’ve accomplished a lot, reading-wise, this March. Thanks to all the Goodreads challenges I’ve joined. I hope to be able to keep this up.  548 more words

Thriller

The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

About the book:

What happens when your best friend becomes your worst nightmare…

Having reached a dead end in Boston, failed journalist Leah Stevens needs a change. 320 more words

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Stand-Alone Books Recs

Hi guys!, I hope you’re having a great day. Today I bring you some recommendations from my favorite stand-alone books, there are a lot of them so I’ll be making these recommendations every Friday for the next weeks showing only 5 books in each post to make it more orderly and cause I want to recommend to you all my favs stand-alones for you to get to know them and maybe even you want to add them to your TBR!, that would make me super happy. 1,107 more words

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The Perfect Stranger by Megan Miranda

Ever since I read All the Missing Girls, I’ve had my eye on Megan Miranda’s second thriller, The Perfect Stranger. I ended up buying it from Walmart on a whim when my work travel got extended unexpectedly and I had nothing to read in my few minutes off-duty. 757 more words

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