Too Many Secrets
by Linda Himes Guyan Zumaya Publications
Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 1894942027
Rating: 8/10 (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards
Goosebumps, anyone?? This tale sparks with mystery and light horror, a great mix for a read on one of those stormy nights when you are alone in a creaky house and the lights flicker as thunder sounds close by. If you are like me, you might end up reading this tale, one you can't put down, in a closet with a flashlight--if the conditions are right. However, if you are easily spooked, this is daylight reading. But either time you choose to read Too Many Secrets, you won't be able to stop until that last page is turned. A tale with touches of Psycho (the original, of course), The Haunting, and others that carry this same dark and daunting atmosphere. A great house with a lovely view is the scene of a disappearance and several horrendous murders. Blood flows at a Halloween party as easily as does the wine, a party that culminates in three gory deaths. Who could hate these people who were caught in a lover's triangle so much? This is a question you'll be asking as you read. This is edge-of-the-chair reading as other events are also played out in this same setting. How could such evil exist and not be known? A great read with a cast of characters you'll enjoy meeting. They seem like ordinary, harmless folks, but the little voice in the back of your mind will keep warning you to beware of trusting their innocence. You'll be trying to pin the murders on one, then another. Highly recommended by a satisfied reader who now sleeps with the lights on. Enjoy. I did. I look forward to this very talented author's next book.