Friday, February 10, 2012

Rearview Mirror by Stephanie Black

On a rainy night eight years ago, Fiona Claridge lost control of her car and crashed, injuring herself and killing her roommate, Mia Hardy. Now, she strives to keep the painful past at bay by staying burrowed beneath the demands of her job as a college professor in a small Ne England town.But when someone starts leaving her gift-wrapped boxes containing malicious reminders of Mia's death, Fiona's guilt and grief come flooding back.

First line:
"Sleet whipped Linda Taylor across the face."

I. Love. Stephanie.
She's the sweetest person ever with mad dog writing skills. Seriously. This girl can churn out the best suspense novels ever. And she always tricks me. I'm pretty good at picking out the bad guy. I did pretty good on this story too. But she threw a twist in, just like the last book.
I'm not gonna tell you.
I love how Stephanie gives a handful of suspects, all with excellent motives then one-by-one eliminates them with their alibis until you're left wondering "who the heck is the bad guy??"
Stephanie's awesome.
Buy her books.
Read her books.

Good, clean book. Read it in one day.

Rated PG13
V: yes but not graphic, just really intense
L: No
S: No


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