Daisy Darker by Alice Feeney has been on my wishlist since its release. While looking for audiobooks to fulfil my goals for the Library Love Challenge, I came upon it and immediately downloaded it. Narrated by Stephanie Racine, I quickly became caught up in this isolated “And Then There Were None” murder mystery.
In Alex North’s latest thriller The Angel Maker narrated by Rosalie Craig the author weaves together a dark and suspenseful tale about siblings, fate and a serial killer. Grab a cup of coffee and see what I enjoyed about this twisted tale.
I was drawn to the cover of Where Darkness Blooms by Andrea Hannah and pulled in by the synopsis. Welcome to the town of Bishop known for endless fields of sunflowers, recurring wind storms and missing women. You’ll want to get cozy for this dark tale as sisters not of blood but shared loss fight for their lives and others.
I was delighted that Blake Crouch’s back matter will be on audio and grabbed Abandon. Narrated by Soneela Nankani, Jennifer Jill Araya, Timothy Jackson, and Max Meyers, Abandon tells a tale of journalist Abigail Foster and her historian father who along with their party explore a town where its inhabitants disappeared Christmas Day 1893. Horror meets thriller in this chilling listen.
Ghost of a Chance, the third novel in the Many Travails of John Smith by Chris Tullbane, delivered another snarky, suspenseful tale in this urban fantasy series narrated by Joel Richards. John Smith searches for missing ghosts and gets in trouble with the vampire queen.
How to Sell a Haunted House by Grady Hendrix delivered a creepy tale with dolls as siblings try to prepare their parents’ home for sale after they died unexpectedly. A twisty, atmospheric tale that will have you keeping the lights on.