Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Welcome #UNCommonYA author Julie Anne Lindsey~


What you don't know can kill you . . .
Ever since she could remember, Elle has had to hop from town to town to keep up with her dad's demanding career as a corporate insurance agent. Each time, a reoccurring nightmare followed her wherever she went--until the day that the frightening figures haunting her at night became all too real. When news of a serial killer spreads throughout her new school, Elle worries that the Reaper has been leaving her his calling card in the form of cigarette butts on her doormat and an unusual ribbon in her locker. With the help of Brian, a boy she meets at a flea market, she discovers that this isn't her first encounter with the murderer and that her father has been concealing her true identity for the past twelve years. But despite her father's desperate attempts to protect her, Elle still comes face to face with the darkness she has been running from her whole life. Trapped in the woods and with help hundreds of miles away, will Elle be able to confront the Reaper and reclaim the life she lost?
Barnes & Noble"Ms. Lindsey crafts an exquisite tale that kicked my adrenaline up with every turn of the page. Deceived is stunning and more than a little scary. From the first page, I had to know what happens next, while at the same time, I had to know what happened before. As Elle's life unravels, the reader will feel just as raw and betrayed as she does." --Gwen Hayes, author of Falling Under

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  1. This sounds like the type of fiction that I can absolutely find myself getting caught up with. Elle seems like such a relatable character, yet, she seems to have so much more in store for the reader.
    Is it something in the air that has us all blogging about stories which possess haunting figures and mysteries such as these? Thanks for sharing, Lisa!

  2. Yes, I think it's something to do with fall and Halloween approaching! hehe!

  3. I found your great blog through the WLC Blog Follows on the World Literary Cafe! Great to connect!