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The Wife Upstairs

This well-narrated, suspenseful psychological thriller is recommended for the audiobook collections of all public libraries.

The Wife Upstairs

With an even darker twist, this novel delivers a one-of-a-kind take on a well-known gothic tale. In addition to the suspenseful story line, the distorted love triangle and the impassivity of the Thornfield residents will have readers feeling simultaneously discombobulated and fulfilled. Recommended for all library mystery collections.
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School Spirits

Recommended for YA readers of all ages.
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Hex Hall

This series debut blends mystery, drama, fantasy, and a touch of romance. Cris Dukehart provides believable depth to Sophie and her high school cohorts. A fun, light read recommended for YA collections and those who enjoy the works of Cassandra Clare, Maggie Steifvater, and others in the genre.—Lisa Anderson, Metropolitan Community Coll. Lib., Omaha
Sophie Mercer doesn’t seem too different from your average 15-year-old—except that she’s a witch, and not a very good one at that. A botched prom night spell lands her in Hex Hall, a reform school for witches, fairies, and shapeshifters located in an isolated part of Georgia that’s right out of a Gothic horror novel. Before the end of her first day of school, Sophie has a crush on Archer, the cutest boy on campus, meets her roommate, Jenna, who’s a vampire and an outcast among the students, and makes enemies of the three queen bees. Soon Sophie is deeply involved in a campus mystery
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