Author: Lisa M. Cronkhite
Genre: Mystery/Suspense Thriller
The Blurb: Bianca “Bee” Thompson’s brother, Jimmy has been dead for ten months, yet she still feels his presence lingering. And one question haunts her: Was Jimmy’s death an accident?
Probing into the events on the night of Jimmy’s death, Bee hears strange voices. The voices lead her to a blood-splattered room, a terrifying threat, and a deadly trap. Is Bee on the trail of her brother’s murderer, or is she entangled in a totally different and much more diabolical plot?
My Review: Deep in the Meadows is the type of book that reaches out and grabs a hold of you then locks you down and sets you up for the biggest nail biting edge of your seat thrill ride! The element of mystery and suspense leaves you wondering what may lurk within each page. I enjoyed the that this story also had a bit of a paranormal side to it. As each character comes to light you quickly get a feel for each of them. Bee (Bianca) was almost obsessed with need to discover what really happened to her brother Jimmy. I liked her but at times Bee had me questioning my own sanity. Bee at times seemed almost reckless and on a path of self destruction by jumping into situation before thinking them through. Her parent were on two different paths themselves as her mom was truly heart broken and down right depressed dad was in complete denial and could not accept Jimmy's death. As the story became darker and the bad guys were exposed I found myself wanting to rip them apart. I found this story fairly interesting and intriguing through out most of it. Deep in the Meadows was a short read with an ending that will leave you in utter shock!
About the Author:
Midwest Author Lisa M. Cronkhite’s love for writing started when she was a teen, journaling of her torrid romance with her first boyfriend then and now husband of over two decades. She picked up writing again after her first bipolar episode and psychotic break when her doctor recommended it as a coping skill. Once again, with pencil in hand, Lisa dove herself into crafting poetry. Through the years, Lisa has published her poems in print and online magazines such as Poetry Repairs, Grey Sparrow Press, Sacramento Poetry Center, Poetry Salzburg Review and many more. Lisa also has short stories in magazines like Suspense Magazine and YA Fiction magazine Suddenly Lost in Words.
Her novels include Dreaming a Reality, Demon Girl and Deep in the Meadows. Disconnected is her fourth novel. Lisa is currently working on her next novel, Purple Haze.
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