August Releases

So most of you that read by book blog know that I follow a blog called Ludwig’s Thrillers.  Let me tell you that he has done it again with 12 most Anticipated August Releases for 2021.  I am on the look for some of the great books that he has listed on his blog. 

Check out his blog, click on the link below to see what he had found,

https://ludwigsbookreviews.wordpress.com/2021/08/01/12-most-anticipated-august-releases-2021/

Here’s my list that I am hoping to get my hands on. 

⁃ The Guilt Trip by Sandie Jones

They went away as friends.
They came back as suspects.

Rachel and Jack. Paige and Noah. Will and Ali. Five friends who’ve known each other for years. And Ali, Will’s new fiancée.

The three couples travel to Portugal for Ali and Will’s destination wedding. Arriving at the gorgeous clifftop villa, the weekend away is a chance to relax and get to know Ali a little better. A newcomer to their group, she seems perfectly nice and Will seems happy after years of bad choices.

⁃ Dark Roads by Chevy Stevens

Hailey McBride calls Cold Creek home. . A teenage orphan, Hailey lives with her aunt and uncle, the most feared police officer in town, who uses his badge to control her. Desperate to escape she vanishes into the mountains, never anticipating that everyone will think she’s been taken by the murderer. 

One year later, Beth Chevalier arrives in Cold Creek. Estranged from her parents and seeking closure, Beth takes a waitressing job at the local diner, just as her sister Amber did before she became the most recent victim of the highway killer. Beth’s search for answers about Amber’s death puts a tar­get on her back – and threatens to reveal the truth behind Hailey’s disappearance . . .

⁃ The Perfect Family by Robyn Harding

Thomas and Viv Adler are the envy of their neighbors: attractive, successful, with well-mannered children and a beautifully restored home. 

Until one morning, when they wake up to find their porch has been pelted with eggs. It’s a prank, Thomas insists; the work of a few out-of-control kids. But when a smoke bomb is tossed on their front lawn, and their car’s tires are punctured, the family begins to worry. Surveillance cameras show nothing but grainy images of shadowy figures in hoodies. And the police dismiss the attacks, insisting they’re just the work of bored teenagers. Unable to identify the perpetrators, the Adlers are helpless as the assaults escalate into violence, and worse. And each new violation brings with it a growing fear. Because everyone in the Adler family is keeping a secret—not just from the outside world, but from each other. And secrets can be very dangerous….

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