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Little Deadly Secrets by Pamela Crane

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Book Summary

Mackenzie, Robin, and Lily have been inseparable forever, sharing life’s ups and downs and growing even closer as the years have gone by. They know everything about each other. Or so they believe.

Nothing could come between these three best friends . . .

Except for a betrayal.

Nothing could turn them against each other . . .

Except for a terrible past mistake.

Nothing could tear them apart . . .

Except for murder.

 

 

Thriller Book Lover Bestseller 2020

Condition: New

Paperback, Published August 18, 2020 by William Morrow Paperbacks

ISBN: 9780062984913

 

 

3 reviews for Little Deadly Secrets by Pamela Crane

  1. KC

    I am so glad I got my cleaning done before I started this book, because once I started it I didn’t want to put it down to do anything. A lot happens in this book. A lot. Pamela Crane did an amazing job at grabbing my attention in the beginning and keeping my attention throughout. This book gave me all the feels, there were parts that made me angry, parts that made me want to cry, and parts that made me smile. This is perfect for domestic thriller lovers and fans of Big Little Lies. I loved this one and I am definitely going to check out the author’s earlier work. Keeping this review vague cause it’s best to go in blind.

  2. Kaylie

    Best friends since college, Lily, Mackenzie, and Robin have been through hell and back together as the years have went on. Together the three of them have seen the good, bad, and ugly of each other’s lives and have still maintained their close friendship. They’re friendships become strained as secrets start tearing them apart slowly, leaving them to wonder if what they have is truly worth it.

    Crane has created complex characters that are perfect for a domestic thriller. Each of her characters have their flaws and strengths which are all shown off unapologetically. Crane brings up themes such as addiction, mental illness, rape, sexual assault, family dysfunction, infidelity, and abuse. Crane navigates all of these themes with ease and weaves them all together to show off just how complex humans are. The characters in Little Deadly Secrets feel like real, everyday people that we often don’t see portrayed in writing.

    Crane’s writing style is not only effortless, it is also extremely engaging. The reader will find themselves wanting to find out what is going to happen next over and over again as they make their way through Little Deadly Secrets. While some things can be a tad predictable, there are other parts to this domestic thriller that leave the reader wondering how they didn’t see it coming. Crane ties everything together nicely not leaving any stone unturned and her writing is just a joy to read. I personally cannot wait to check out more of Crane’s work as Little Deadly Secrets was the first book in months that I wanted to keep reading!

    As a Thriller Book Lover Reviewer, I receive a small compensation for the time it takes me to provide my honest reviews on the Thriller Book Lover website. Although I receive compensation for this role, my reviews are my 100% honest opinion. My ratings have not been influenced in any way by the compensation that I receive. The book review I have provided here is the same rating I would provide if I were to rate it on other book reviewing sites.

  3. Gillian

    Little Deadly Secrets comes with a cover warning not to start reading unless you’re not prepared to put it down – challenge accepted and I can vouch that it’s impossible to walk away once you have cracked the spine, so clear your calendar, activate do not disturb and prepare to be consumed by this addictive domestic thriller.

    There is no holding back from the action, the pages opening on spousal murder, both victim and assailant unidentified. We are then whisked to 9 days prior and spend the chapters experiencing the friendship of Mackenzie, Robin and Lily, flashbacks granting character insight and revealing skeletons in the closet carefully concealed amongst them over the years. The highs and lows of domesticity are captured in a realistic manner, ensnaring the reader with relatability, incurring an assured investment in each character and their fate. As secrets and lies abound, established loyalties are tested, leaving seemingly all with motivation for murder. Whilst you will think you have it all worked out, rest assured a twist in the tale awaits, satisfaction guaranteed.

    A psychological thriller to get your heart racing and highly recommended for fans of murder domestic drama and suspense to add to their TBRs.

    As a Thriller Book Lover Reviewer, I receive a small compensation for the time it takes me to provide my honest reviews on the Thriller Book Lover website. Although I receive compensation for this role, my reviews are my 100% honest opinion. My ratings have not been influenced in any way by the compensation that I receive. The book review I have provided here is the same rating I would provide if I were to rate it on other book reviewing sites.

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