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As of March 1st 2015
Keep your tissues readyMacomber is at her finest when returning to her beloved themes of sisters and second chances, all of which make Last One Home so satisfying. You might have to call your sister or best friend to tell her you love her after reading this one. I know I did.
Lisa Gardner’s psychological thrillers are more than just a matter of substituting a female heroine for the usual male one. Gardner’s heroines are concerned with the same things as normal women, but they’re suddenly flung into thrilling situations. I loved Crash and Burn’s Gone Girl-style twists and turns.
Who doesn’t love an evil twin story, especially when you don’t know which twin is the evil one? Danielle Steel’s Prodigal Son is the book to read if you’ve been missing the drama of your favorite afternoon soap opera. (Thank goodness we have Danielle because there aren’t that many soaps anymore!)
How terrified would you be if you discovered you’d met a serial killer on a dating site? Wendy Corsi Staub has the amazing ability to write a thriller that can actually make your heart pound while you turn the pages. I’m still catching up on the sleep I lost staying up late to finish this book!