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Little Girls | Ronald Malfi
Inheriting her childhood home after her distant father's suicide, Laurie notices disturbing manifestations in the house and sees an uncanny resemblance between her daughter's new friend and her own childhood playmate.
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Little Girls | Ronald Malfi
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This was a reread. I had forgotten some of the twists and really enjoyed watching it unfold. There's a nice, creepy kid vibe going on along with a little mystery. It's a fun, spoopy read without being scary. The narrator is also very enjoyable.

Beholderess Ooooh, little ghost girls. Classic 2mo
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Little Girls | Ronald Malfi

Eh. Not a totally bad read, but a bit predictable and anti-climatic. Plot was well thought out and the pace and tone of the writing made this novel easy to follow and not unenjoyable. If you are a true horror fan do not expect to be blown away but this book is a nice "in between King novels" time filler. Paid twenty-five cents for this book to support my local library and was worth the read.

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Little Girls | Ronald Malfi

As a horror/ mystery fan I had heard that if I wanted to be scared this was the book to read. That was not the case. The story itself was somewhat interesting, but it was not something that creeped me out. The story definitely took a few turns, but it was left open ended which drives me crazy. Worth a read if you I‘d you are bored, but not something I would run out and purchase.

Little Girls | Ronald Malfi
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Dear thriller readers,
To the ones doing the photo thing for thrillers this month, sorry, the only name I can think of right now is @batsy . Would any of these work for thrillers?


Kaye Sorry I can‘t find the page now. It was a March thriller book thing. White background black typing. 2y
Kaye Thank you, yep, that‘s it. Thanks for leading me in the right direction. ✨ 2y
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somebooksaround Absolutely these are perfect for #MarchMadness 😃📚🎉 2y
Kaye Thank you @josteele. I‘m pretty new to this type of book. Can you explain the difference between thriller, mystery, suspense and horror ? 2y
somebooksaround I think really it‘s just a matter of story. So to me a mystery doesn‘t have to be ‘thrilling‘ it can be methodical and slow building - suspense/thriller for me is on the edge of your seat bc something is always about to happen and when it does happen more is right around the corner lol - so they can all meld together and also be diff - I was trying to keep suggestions broad, hopefully! Hope that helps & wasn‘t too long haha! 😃🙌 Happy Reading!!📚 2y
Kaye Thank you. Very good explanations. 🙂 2y
anzimmer The Radleys is such a good book! I know this doesn‘t answer your question! 2y
Kaye @anzimmer Have you read his book, The Humans ? That was terrific. That author sure has some talent. 2y
anzimmer @Kaye No, I‘ll have to check it out! 2y
Kaye It‘s wonderful. A very different sort of book, approached from an unusual angle. I can‘t say enough good about it. Wonderful. @anzimmer (edited) 2y
Eggs Ooo these look good and creepy 2y
Kaye @Eggs Yea, I‘ve never read many of these books but lately I‘ve been on the hunt for something new. I think reading Bird Box , then The Humans , showed me that I might be missing out on some exciting reads. I‘ll still probably have to dig through several before finding certain authors I like but I‘m hoping to find more gems. 2y
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