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Harlequin Books

The Last Thing She Remembers by J.S. Monroe

The Last Thing She Remembers is an exciting suspense thriller that rockets from character to character, taking the unreliable narrator trope up a notch or two. A woman takes a train to Willshire, an English village, and goes to a... Continue Reading →

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Beautiful Bad by Annie Ward

Beautiful Bad is the story of murder, what led up to it and what transpired after. We know from the beginning as the 911 call that brings the police to the house is the second chapter. The narrative moves on three... Continue Reading →

Here and Now and Then by Mike Chen

Here and Now and Then begins with Kin Crenshaw moments after being shot by a time-traveling criminal whose attempt to alter the future he had traveled back in time to prevent. Unfortunately, he was shot so that his transmitter and connection... Continue Reading →

Under My Skin by Lisa Unger

Unreliable narrators have become incredibly popular since the explosive success of "Gone Girl." Poppy, the narrator in Lisa Unger's Under My Skin might be the most unreliable narrator of all, or so it seems. She has more than a "lost weekend" after her... Continue Reading →

The Boy at the Keyhole by Stephen Giles

Imagine you're a young boy whose father has died. Your mother is away looking for some money to keep the family business going. Imagine things disappearing from the house. Imagine you're lonely and the only news of your mother comes... Continue Reading →

The Original Ginny Moon by Benjamin Ludwig

The Original Ginny Moon is an emotionally engaging story of a fourteen-year-old girl with autism who is on her third "Forever Home" in five years. Her new forever parents thought they could not have children, adopted Ginny though they knew it... Continue Reading →

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