New Releases Monday #15

In this category I will publish about new books, according to Meaning that I will choose a book each Monday, from the “New Releases” page @ GoodReads. I will choose random covers that speak to me, that are nice or cute, without looking at the author, genre or synopsis.

I’ll Never Tell

Deeply buried secrets make for a disturbing family reunion in bestselling author Catherine McKenzie’s tantalizing novel of psychological suspense.

What happened to Amanda Holmes?

Twenty years ago, she was found bludgeoned in a rowboat at the MacAllister family’s Camp Macaw. No one was ever charged with the crime.

Now, after their parents’ sudden deaths, the MacAllister siblings return to camp to read the will and decide what to do with the prime real estate the camp occupies. Ryan needs to sell. Margaux hasn’t made up her mind. Mary believes in leaving well enough alone. Kate and Liddie—the twins—have opposing views. And Sean Booth, the groundskeeper, just hopes he still has a home when all is said and done.

But it’s more complicated than a simple vote. The will stipulates that until they unravel the mystery of what happened to Amanda, they can’t settle the estate. Any one of them could have done it, and each one is holding a piece of the puzzle. Will they work together to finally discover the truth, or will their secrets finally tear the family apart?

  • Author: Catherine McKenzie
  • Series: —
  • Genre: Mystery & Thriller
  • Expected Release Date: June 1st 2019
  • Publisher: Lake Union Publishing
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2 coffees on “New Releases Monday #15

  1. I’ll Never Tell sounds like a great murder mystery! I like to read a good mystery every once in awhile. I totally forgot about the Odyssey and Illiad too! I bet those are super old. Have a great week.

    1. Thanks for stopping by :D I have this on my “to buy maybe” list for now (I have too many books to but and to read :D ).

      Yes they are :D I think every European has read parts of them in their life, I don’t know about the rest of the world but here they are a must read in school…

      Thanks, you too! :D

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