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    Creepy and engrossing

    Very good, lots of back and forth and complications, but worth the concentration required.
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    A page-turner

    This is a very suspenseful and kind of complicated book as it is done in a then and now format with several different plots and characters to follow. It was fascinating and really creepy at times. Natalie is an Instragram success and she suspects her husband, Michael, might be cheating on her. She goes to Shanamore Cottages to spend a couple of nights of nights to try and find out if he had been there previously with another woman. The cottages are managed by Andrew who is creepy and has his own problems. Meanwhile, Audrey is living with her sister Dee and needs to find her own place. Audrey is a reporter and ends up doing an article about Natalie disappearing. There are lots of twists and turns along with some creepy characters which adds to this very suspenseful story. Thank you NetGalley and Blackstone Publishers for the ARC of this really good book.
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    Rewind

    I consider Rewind (Catherine Ryan Howard) a 3 and 1/2 star book, since that's impossible jumping it up to 4 stars. Rewind had an excellent story line but there was too much back and forth between too many characters. It took awhile to be able to keep the main characters straight, and actually be able to follow the story. I was given an early copy to review.
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