Books by Erica Spindler

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The Look-Alike

It's been almost ten years since I last read an Erica Spindler novel. There's no good reason for this lapse, other than that with many great books are released each year, I sometimes lose track of authors I love. However, with the release of The Look-Alike, Ms. Spindler has definitely regained my at ...

C
The Other Girl

The Other Girl is a tale of small towns, secrets and the things we do to protect the ones we love. While far from perfect, the book does a good job of capturing the intense relationships parents have with their children and the lengths they will go to in order to keep them safe. The Boy Who Cried ...

B-
The First Wife

I first started reading romantic suspense in my junior high years, falling in love with the genre through authors such as Phyllis Whitney and Mary Stewart. Something about this book really reminded me of those stories of long ago. The prologue takes place in the middle of our narrati ...

D+
Dead Run

I have been on a mystery reading kick lately, finally catching up with all those authors I always meant to read but never had the time to. In the case of Erica Spindler's Dead Run, however, all I discovered was how an interesting and timely plot can be marred by boring characters and less-than-stell ...

B-
Bone Cold

This book is not a romance. It is a mystery with a romantic subplot. It is dark, gritty, the villain is truly evil yet sad and sympathetic at the same time, and it is a definite page-turner. So don’t pick up Bone Cold just before bedtime. Harlow Anatasia Grail was considered ...

C-
Cause for Alarm

With a title like Cause for Alarm, Erica Spindler's newest suspense novel almost seems destined for life on the silver screen, or at least on the small screen as a T.V. movie of the week. If it ever does receive a second life in one of these incarnations, I recommend skipping it. The book has its ch ...