Friday, July 13, 2012

Friday Memes: Hidden: A Bone Secrets Novel by Kendra Elliot

Happy Friday everybody!

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Today I am spotlighting Hidden: A Bone Secrets Novel by Kendra Elliot which I just received from Amazon Vine. The book will be published on July 17. Here is the description:
Eleven years ago, the Co-ed Slayer murdered nine female students on the Oregon State University campus. Lacey Campbell barely escaped his attack, but lost her best friend whose remains were never found. As the sole surviving victim, Lacey helped send the sadistic serial killer to prison for life.

Now a forensic odontologist examining teeth and bones for the state Medical Examiner, Lacey is devastated when she arrives at a crime scene and identifies the skeletal remains as her college friend’s.

The remains are discovered on the land of ex-cop Jack Harper. Sparks fly between him and Lacey, even as they realize that the prosecution’s witnesses from a decade ago are now being murdered one by one. All the evidence points to the Co-ed Slayer as the culprit—only, he’s long since dead. So who’s the new killer? And is Lacey next in line to die?

Golden Heart finalist Kendra Elliot combines chilling suspense and steamy romance in a gripping tale, uniting in-depth forensic knowledge with a passion for thrillers. Set in the snowy winter of Oregon, Hidden creates spine-tingling chills.
Lacey Campbell stared across the hazy field of snow at the big tent pitched against the rundown apartment building. She inhaled a breath of icy air, letting it fill her lungs and strengthen her resolve.
Friday 56:
The big man lurched out of her chair and she took an instinctive step back into the hall, papers clasped to her  chest. She saw a flicker of embarrassment flash across his features as he realized he'd startled her.


  1. Sounds like a suspenseful read! I want to know what's in that tent she saw.

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  2. shucks, what he expected, i probably would of been startled also but my quick reflex would of been to throw those papers toward him,lol/

  3. This sounds like a book I'd enjoy. Thanks for sharing...and here's MY FRIDAY MEMES POST

  4. Serial killer stories are always spooky.

    Here's my Book Beginning.

  5. When the serial killer is dead things really get creepy. This sounds like one I would enjoy!
    Happy Weekend!

  6. Lots of action in this one. Here is my post:
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  7. A serial killer book set in my own state? No way. I'd never sleep!

    Rayme Waters – the author of my Book Beginnings book – guest posted on Rose City Reader today, explaining how the heroines of 19th Century literature inspired her debut novel, The Angels' Share.

    It will give you a much different idea about the book than the opening sentence.

    Thanks for participating in Book Beginnings!


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