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PLEASE, PLEASE do not post who the bad guy woman is unless you tag it with a SPOILER ALERT here on Goodreads I ve had three Staub books ruined by readers revealing who the killer is while I m still reading the book I do enjoy reading others reviews to help me get a better feel for the bookjust don t give away the important stuff without warning first. Just ok Didn t finish I love this writer She has a great well What happens next I don t think this book is supposed to be campy, but it s so campy Like a bad in a good way Lifetime movie Such melodrama Highly entertaining. A good escape I really like this book but the editing, spelling, grammar errors in this book are driving me crazy I m not sure if it s because I have a digital copy but I assume the hardcopy book is the same way. |DOWNLOAD EPUB ♱ Fade To Black ♶ With her most recent novel a four week USA Today bestseller, and the upcoming In The Blink of an Eye Pinnacle already causing a buzz, Wendy Corsi Staub is a superstar on the rise Fade to Black, her first thriller, is being republished for her new fans This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A lot of potential but kind of fell flat near the end A bit cliche but a nice quick read It did keep me wondering till about 3 4 and then I figured out the ending This was an excellent read From the back cover No one in the sleepy village of Windmere Cove, Rhode Island knows Elizabeth Baxter She doesn t socialize, has no friends, and when she s outside, she constantly looks over her shoulder That s because Elizabeth s living in fear Keeping her past a secret.And sometimes secrets can killIt begins with the arrival of a pink envelope the postmark reads Windmere Cove, and there s no return address Elizabeth s world crashes when she reads the messa This was an excellent read From the back cover No one in the sleepy village of Windmere Cove, Rhode Island knows Elizabeth Baxter She doesn t socialize, has no friends, and when she s outside, she constantly looks over her shoulder That s because Elizabeth s living in fear Keeping her past a secret.And sometimes secrets can killIt begins with the arrival of a pink envelope the postmark reads Windmere Cove, and there s no return address Elizabeth s world crashes when she reads the message inside I KNOW WHO YOU ARE Five years ago, she was Mallory Edenuntil a mysterious stalker turned her life into a nightmare and left her with no other choice but to make everyone think she was dead and begin a new life.As the days progress, the tension escalates as an old pattern repeats itself when the phone rings, no one s on the other end, her house is broken into and ransacked Frightened, Elizabeth finds solace in the arms of Harper Smith, the only person she has befriended in town As their relationship deepens, Elizabeth wants to tell Harper the truth until she learns of his unspoken past a past that connects to Mallory Eden s My response is to the audio version of this book, Yuck Are the characters supposed to be this nauseating If so, then the narrator is doing her job I did not get very far because the details of a whiny toddler yelling poopie all the time was a total turn off And the voice of the mother of this obnoxious child was also a turn off i didn t stick around long enough to know if these characters were indeed as obnoxious as they sounded on the CD If that is the case, then kudos to the narrator My response is to the audio version of this book, Yuck Are the characters supposed to be this nauseating If so, then the narrator is doing her job I did not get very far because the details of a whiny toddler yelling poopie all the time was a total turn off And the voice of the mother of this obnoxious child was also a turn off i didn t stick around long enough to know if these characters were indeed as obnoxious as they sounded on the CD If that is the case, then kudos to the narrator But to me the first 45 minutes or so that I listened to were like nails on a chalkboard And there was not enough of a story line for me at this point to consider seeking out a text copy of this book Audiophiles beware