Kalorama Road by E. Denise Billups

Kalorama

This was a book that presents as one thing and then grips you with another angle snuck in and very well done.  I believed I knew where the well written main plot of the story was heading but then through a tangent it became even better.  This suspenseful book, with nice surprises along the way, is a thriller I enjoyed as I felt the increase of my heart beat.  All the twists and turns can be unexpected but delightfully done.

The main character Allie has a college night she can’t remember and a lasting effect on her life.  When a mysterious author enters her life, there is more going on than she, or even the reader realizes.  This was a quick read only in that my heart was racing and I needed to keep up with it!

This is an Indie Author that I will keep an eye on.

Check out more about the awesome author HERE.

 

SUMMARY

There something Allie can’t remember, hidden memories bordering consciousness that refuse to surface until one day someone, something, ignites horrifying images of a forgotten night.

A year after graduating from Emsworth University, a mysterious email appears asking Allie one single question. What happened at 1414 Kalorama Road? Allie has no memory of that night and has tried to recapture what happened when a classmate went missing at an off-campus party. Someone wants her to remember, and they’re getting closer and more insistent. Forgotten memories gradually start to surface with gruesome images and a revelation that could ruin the reputation of her esteemed alma mater, Emsworth University.

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