Books by Megan Miranda

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The Last To Vanish

In the latest from Megan Miranda, The Last to Vanish, seven people have vanished in the small North Carolina mountain town of Cutter's Pass over the past twenty odd years. What happened to them? And can we trust the narration of Abby Lovett--the book is in her first-person voice--about whom we know ...

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The Girl from Widow Hills

In the latest thriller from Megan Miranda, The Girl from Widow Hills, the central character is a young woman who went through a traumatic event as a child and then, in an attempt to escape the continuing media circus years later, changed her name and left her home town in order to reinvent herself a ...

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Fragments of the Lost

Earlier this year, I read and very much enjoyed Megan Miranda's A Perfect Stranger. So when Fragments of the Lost, a psychological thriller for young adults, became available for review, I was eager to get my hands on it. I'm a huge fan of young adult literature, and the synopsis seemed interesting ...

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The Perfect Stranger

Megan Miranda’s The Perfect Stranger is billed as being a sequel to her highly successful All The Missing Girls – although as far as I can tell, there are no common characters or plot threads, unless one counts the fact that one of the characters in The Perfect Stranger is a “missing girl”! ...

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All the Missing Girls

I'm not entirely sure I can fully articulate my feelings about this book, but I'm going to give it a go. All the Missing Girls is the story of Nicolette Farrell, who left her hometown immediately after high school and has not really returned. Summoned back by her father's rapidly progressing dement ...

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All The Missing Girls

I like mystery novels. During my time at AAR I’ve given 7 DIKs to suspense novels and 11 B pluses. To romantic suspense novels I’ve given 10 B pluses and two DIKs. Given that they only make up a small portion of what I review, that’s a pretty good record. It’s a shame I won’t be adding All ...