Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Review: Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

Gina Royal is an ordinary suburban wife and mother until the day a truck runs into her garage exposing her husband as a horrific serial killer.  She is accused and acquitted of helping him with his crimes.  However, the internet will not let her forget.  Trolls threaten her and her kids and she has to live on the run with assumed identities.  She and her children have settled in a small town hoping for a respite, but when bodies are found in the lake by her house with the MO of her incarcerated ex-husband, her life is about to implode again and Mama bear has to protect her children at all costs.

This was a page turner and I really loved it.  


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