When I find an author I like, I read everything that author writes. I can’t help myself. The first two authors I remember obsessing about like this are James Patterson and Dean Koontz. I was constantly checking their books out of the library. Now, my obsession is with Christopher Greyson. All of his books grab me from the very beginning and keep me interested the entire way through the book. When I read he had a book out called, The Girl Who Lived, I immediately added it to my Kindle. I didn’t even read the description. The title said all I needed to hear.
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About The Girl Who Lived
Imagine you witness your sisters murder. Not only that, but three other murders occurred that same day, but the same person. You were meant to be the fifth murder, but you got away. Fast forward a few years, the anniversary of the murders is approaching and after being released from the psychiatric hospital you were put in, you spiral out of control, getting drunk as much as possible. And then it hits you…the police don’t believe what you are telling them; your therapist thinks you are a suicidal mess; so you do the one and only thing. You hunt for the killer on your own.
Anyone that knows me and my reading likes/dislikes, knows that I always MUST read the back of the book. I even go as far as to read a few reviews on Amazon before adding it to my Kindle Paperwhite. Which, speaking of the Kindle Paperwhite, it’s the best best e-reader! If you love your Kindle as much as I do, definitely give Kindle Unlimited a try. Not only is The Girl Who Lived book FREE with Kindle Unlimited, but so are other Christopher Greyson books! Give Kindle Unlimited a try, free for 30 days!
Other Christopher Greyson Books You MUST Read
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it twice, I love series books. I get so invested with the characters and the style of writing. When I first got introduced to Christopher Greyson, it was with his Jack Stratton series. They are quick reads and the characters are very likable.