Friday, February 5, 2016

Book Review of Never Smile at Strangers by Jennifer Jaynes

When nineteen-year-old Tiffany Perron vanishes without a trace, the residents of rural Grand Trespass, Louisiana, launch a desperate search to find her. But few clues are unearthed, and before long another young woman disappears.

As locals continue to vanish, residents begin to discover that they might not know those closest to them as well as they had thought. Lies and insecurities quickly surface, leading everyone to question one another…and their involvement in the disappearances.

Meanwhile, an unstable, twisted killer is hiding quietly in their midst. Ever since his mother’s murder four years earlier, he’s been forced to raise his disturbed teenage sister. He’s terrified of her—and of women in general—and his world revolves around his fear of and obsession over them.

In this USA Today bestselling thriller, debut novelist Jennifer Jaynes delivers a psychologically riveting page-turner that is packed with surprises and will have readers guessing to the very last page.

*I was given a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review*

I think crime mysteries are like my new thing. I loved this book! I kept trying to guess who the killer was and I will have you know that I had it wrong the whole way though....but ya know...I love that fact! 

I feel this book had a great pace, and I liked the head hopping and getting a view of what is going on from different angles. This book is well written and most certainly worth your time if you like mysteries and crime novels.  The characters are well developed and you grow and learn more about them and their lives as the story goes on. Even with all these clues the killer remains the reader and the characters in the story, even though he was right there all along. 

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