Nothing sells me on a book quite like finding out it’s set at a boarding school.
Back in January, I put the author spotlight on Kieran Scott, and today, I’m putting it on her pseudonym: Kate Brian
After nearly a year of waiting for the sequel to Truly Devious, it finally arrived in my Audible library.
One of the January releases for Audible Originals was a real throwback!
Eliza Hart is dead, found at the bottom of the cliffs near her exclusive Big Sur boarding school. What happened to her? Was she pushed? And what’s up with the girl that everyone says was stalking her?
Dana Mele tackles the politics and pridefulness of all girls boarding schools, murder, questions of guilt and innocence, and more in People Like Us
The Most Dangerous Game comes to a quaint British boarding school for a weekend no one will ever forget.
Things are not all roses at Fullbrook Academy, and jaded senior Jules Devereux knows that. She’s lived it–first hand, and now she’s made friends with the new kid, Jamie Baxter, who is going to have to find out the hard way.
When Oliver Ryan hits his wife Alice so hard that it leaves her unconscious on their kitchen floor, everyone is shocked.
I upped my reading count in March, and as of the writing of this blog, I have read 34 books in 2018!
Nothing sells me on a novel or series faster than finding out it is set at a boarding school.
A kidnapping, a boarding school mystery as old as the school itself, a new girl in town, and a suspicious death. It’s a recipe for a great book, and it’s the recipe Maureen Johnson used to craft Truly Devious