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After the Bridge (Jem/Tessa) Part One

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A story for those who might have wondered what Tessa and Jem did after they met on Blackfriars Bridge in the epilogue of Clockwork Princess.

Those who do not like Tessa&Jem together or Jessa sexytimes probably should skip this one. (You will not miss anything that will…

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Summer Fling with a Book may be over, but never fear: fall has plenty of exciting new reads to keep you busy through the end of the year. Here are a scant few of those on our radar (many, many, and - oh yes - many more on our Goodreads shelf for 2014 reads!) And keep your eye out for our next hive booklist: we’re creating another massive organizational chart for all of our summer fling selections! 
Click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!
Salt & Storm, Kendall Kulper
Atlantia, Ally Condie
Anatomy of a Misfit, Andrea Portes
I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson
The Vault of Dreamers, Caragh O’Brien
Made for You, Melissa Marr
This Is How It Ends, Jen Nadol
Even in Paradise, Chelsey Philpot
The Cure for Dreaming, Cat Winters
Perfectly Good White Boy, Carrie Mesrobian
The Walled City, Ryan Gaudin
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Summer Fling with a Book may be over, but never fear: fall has plenty of exciting new reads to keep you busy through the end of the year. Here are a scant few of those on our radar (many, many, and - oh yes - many more on our Goodreads shelf for 2014 reads!) And keep your eye out for our next hive booklist: we’re creating another massive organizational chart for all of our summer fling selections! 
Click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!
Salt & Storm, Kendall Kulper
Atlantia, Ally Condie
Anatomy of a Misfit, Andrea Portes
I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson
The Vault of Dreamers, Caragh O’Brien
Made for You, Melissa Marr
This Is How It Ends, Jen Nadol
Even in Paradise, Chelsey Philpot
The Cure for Dreaming, Cat Winters
Perfectly Good White Boy, Carrie Mesrobian
The Walled City, Ryan Gaudin
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pickeringtonlibrary:

Summer Fling with a Book may be over, but never fear: fall has plenty of exciting new reads to keep you busy through the end of the year. Here are a scant few of those on our radar (many, many, and - oh yes - many more on our Goodreads shelf for 2014 reads!) And keep your eye out for our next hive booklist: we’re creating another massive organizational chart for all of our summer fling selections! 
Click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!
Salt & Storm, Kendall Kulper
Atlantia, Ally Condie
Anatomy of a Misfit, Andrea Portes
I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson
The Vault of Dreamers, Caragh O’Brien
Made for You, Melissa Marr
This Is How It Ends, Jen Nadol
Even in Paradise, Chelsey Philpot
The Cure for Dreaming, Cat Winters
Perfectly Good White Boy, Carrie Mesrobian
The Walled City, Ryan Gaudin
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Info

pickeringtonlibrary:

Summer Fling with a Book may be over, but never fear: fall has plenty of exciting new reads to keep you busy through the end of the year. Here are a scant few of those on our radar (many, many, and - oh yes - many more on our Goodreads shelf for 2014 reads!) And keep your eye out for our next hive booklist: we’re creating another massive organizational chart for all of our summer fling selections! 

Click on the links below to place holds on items currently in our catalog!

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Guys…Amy Christine Parker went above and beyond with her secrets about the second book in her Gated series, ASTRAY, out this week. They’re so insightful and so spooky, and she was kind enough to include some creepy reading material and a picture. She says the following picture was the inspiration for a pivotal chapter in ASTRAY.

I’m going to be lost in these secrets and their depth for days. Amy, we’re pretty spooked, and so grateful for your participation!

YA Series Insiders: Who or what was the inspiration for the villain in your book?

Amy Christine Parker: My inspirations for Pioneer were real live cult leaders, mainly from the United States, but also from Australia and Russia. I feel like the following cult leaders informed who Pioneer turned out to be most (although there are many more cult leaders that I researched): Charles Manson, Jim Jones, David Koresh, Wayne Bent, Warren Jeffs, Alan John Miller, and Sergey Anatolyevich Torop. Each of these leaders has a strange charisma and some enigmatic draw that makes people want to follow them. Each can be creepy and yet it’s hard not to watch them, wonder about them, to be drawn in to some extent by the mysterious power they hold over their followers. Creating Pioneer was my way of figuring these men out.

YASI: What is something about Pioneer that you didn’t put in the book/series?

ACP: He was behind the disappearance of Lyla’s sister in GATED. I never address this in the book, but he took her and of course…disposed of her. I could absolutely write a short story about what exactly happened since it’s all stored in my brain and maybe makes Pioneer that much creepier. Maybe someday I will.

YASI: What song best fits your main character, Lyla?

ACP: Lyla’s anthem is “Waiting for the End to Come” by Linkin Park. The lyrics are her thoughts put to music. That song has the ability to give me chills even now because it was like she was talking directly to me through it whenever I heard it.

YASI: What is your favorite writing treat?

ACP: A giant size bag of Twizzlers Cherry Pull-n-Peels. During revisions I always have one nearby.

YASI: What recently published books do you wish you’d written?

ACP: Oh boy, this list could get so huge. Let’s see, this one isn’t exactly recent, but I love it with a fiery passion. THE SCORPIO RACES by Maggie Stiefvater. The prose! Sigh. That book is so beautifully written and I wish like crazy all the time that someday I will write something lovely and artful and moving like that. UNWIND by Neal Shusterman because it gave me the creeps in the best possible ways and was so thought provoking. GONE GIRL by Gillian Flynn. The way that Gillian writes female characters is so authentic and she is a master at making an antihero sympathetic.

YASI: What is the core thing in your book? The one thing you would never in a million years have given up no matter how much money someone paid you?

ACP: I wanted to make sure that the cult followers felt sympathetic—at least at first. I wanted the reader to feel unsettled while reading because on some level she felt like maybe, given the right circumstances, what happened to Lyla could happen to her. If someone had asked me to make Lyla less devoted to Pioneer at first or less vulnerable, I wouldn’t have allowed it. She is not an outwardly kick butt heroine when the story opens. Her strength is all internal for the most part and I’m proud of that. She needed to have uncertainty and doubt and not be sure of who she was or what she believed then grow from there. I like seeing people evolve and I feel like she does this in both GATED and ASTRAY.

YASI: What is your favorite thing about writing a series? The least favorite thing?

ACP: Getting to spend more time following my characters’ lives was the best part of writing this series—seeing where they ended up and how they grew. My least favorite thing is the pressure I put on myself in terms of delivering the subsequent stories. I want each book to be able to stand alone as well as connect to one another and sometimes that feels like an insurmountable task, especially for a relative newbie like me!

Amy’s Inspiration

An Australian news channel’s extensive feature on cult leader AJ Miller

Part 1 of a documentary on a New Mexico cult led by Wayne Bent

About the Book

Lyla is caught between two worlds. The isolated Community that she grew up in and the outside world that she’s navigating for the very first time. The outsiders call the Community a cult, but Pioneer miraculously survived a shooting that should have killed him. Are the faithful members right to stay true to his message? Is this just a test of faith? One thing is for sure: the Community will do anything to bring Lyla back to the fold. Trapped in a spider’s web of deception, will Lyla detect the sticky threads tightening around her before it’s too late? She’ll have to unravel the mystery of what Pioneer and the Community are truly up to if she wants to survive.

Suspenseful and chilling, Astray is Amy Christine Parker’s nerve-fraying sequel to Gated. This fast-paced psychological thriller is masterfully plotted and sure to leave goose bumps. Perfect for fans of creepy YA thrillers and contemporary fiction alike.

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About the Author

I write full-time from my home near Tampa, Florida, where I live with my husband, our two daughters, and one ridiculously fat cat.

Five Things To Know About Me:

    • I have an irrational fear of frogs.
    • Bananas Foster is my favorite dessert.
    • I once lived in a one hundred year old farmhouse where my bedroom window looked out over the graveyard across the street. Surprise, surprise, it was haunted.
    • I accidentally set my house on fire not once, but TWICE when I was growing up.
    • I can’t dance. Not even a little bit.

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Today is release day for Michelle Gagnon’s DON’T LET GO, the final installment in her PERSEFoNE series! I love what Michelle has to say because she’s looking back on three books’ worth of material, and she draws deeply from each of them. Congrats on finishing the series, Michelle, and thank you so much for being here!

YA Series Insiders: Besides your main character/s, do you secretly have a soft spot for another character?

Michelle Gagnon: I always fall for the secondary characters; sometimes they even become my secret favorites! There’s a character in DON’T LET GO who goes by the handle Loki; he might be my all-time favorite character, just because he was so much fun to write.

YASI: If you were going to write a spin-off about one of your characters, who would it be and why?

MG: Honestly, I’d probably write a spin-off centered around Mason, who technically was one of the bad guys in the trilogy, although he became so much more complicated than that. I think he could actually turn out to be a pretty seductive anti-hero.

YASI: Which Character refused to stick to your script?

MG: Mason, definitely. He was really smarmy and scary in book 1; but by book three, I was secretly looking forward to writing his scenes, because the things he’d say and do were so unpredictable and entertaining! He has this great speech about final meals and Waterloo that ranks pretty high for me in terms of favorite dialogue ever.

YASI: Who would you want to play your main character in a movie?

MG: NOA: There’s an AMAZING Australian film called, “Tomorrow, When the War Began,” (if you haven’t seen it yet, put it on your to-be-watched list immediately!) The lead actress in it was incredible; the whole time I was watching the movie, all I could think was that if you chopped her hair short and dyed it black, she’d be a perfect Noa. Her name is Caitlin Stasey, and I’d be shocked if we didn’t end up seeing a lot more of her in the future.

YASI: What’s the most common question fans ask you?

MG: “How could you do that to Cody?” Which I totally get.

YASI: What recently published books do you wish you’d written?

MG: I loved loved loved Code Name Verity. Such an amazing story beautifully written—and one of the few books I’ve ever read that focuses mainly on a friendship between two girls that has nothing to do with a love interest. I have a total writer crush on Elizabeth Wein.

YASI: What’s the best scene you’ve ever written?

MG: Hands down, it’s Noa’s dream sequence in DON’T TURN AROUND. I love that scene; I wrote it in one sitting, and not a single word of it changed during the editing process.

YASI: Who do you think is the hottest couple in YA lit?

MG: Oh, how I love Eleanor and Park. Their relationship was so sweet and so real; I fell in love right along with them.

YASI: What is your favorite quote from the book/series?

MG: When Noa and Peter first meet, they have this exchange:

“What’s a Vallas, anyway?”
“It’s the name of my avatar in WoW.”
She gave him a blank look. “W-Oh-W? Like, wow?”
“No, not wow.” Peter felt slightly silly as he explained, “World of Warcraft.”
“The video game?” Her eyebrows arched.
“It’s an online multiplayer role-playing game,” Peter said defensively. Lots of the chat threads on wikis and imageboards were devoted to WoW discussions; he’d deliberately chosen the name /ALLIANCE/ for the site because he knew people would recognize the reference and rally to it. Pretty much every hacker he knew spent hours every day enmeshed in the ongoing battle between the Alliance and their evil counterparts, the Horde. Every hacker but one, Peter realized with consternation, judging by her reaction. “I’m a Night Elf,” he finished lamely.

That Night Elf bit still slays me every time I read it.

YASI: Did anything happen in your series that surprised you, that you didn’t plan?

MG: The ending turned out to be totally different from what I originally thought it would be. But I won’t get more specific than that—no spoilers!!

YASI: Did you write yourself into any corners?

MG: Always. I ended up having to backtrack about a hundred pages into DON’T LET GO, because I didn’t like the way the story was heading. That’s part of the fun, though; I usually stumble across the really interesting stuff on my second try!

About the Book

After a devastating loss, Noa Torson is out of options. On the run with the three remaining teens of Persephone’s Army, she is up against immeasurable odds. The group is outnumbered, outsmarted, and outrun. But they are not giving up.

When Noa and Peter realize they can’t run anymore, and that Noa’s health is failing, they know they must go back to where this began. But when they come face-to-face with the man who started it all, the question becomes, can they win?

This riveting final book in the Don’t Turn Around trilogy ratchets up the action as Noa and Peter confront the evil that has chased them and won’t let them go.

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About the Author

Michelle Gagnon is a former modern dancer, dog walker, bartender, freelance journalist, personal trainer, model, and Russian supper club performer. To the delight of her parents, she gave up all these occupations for an infinitely more stable and lucrative career as a crime fiction writer.

Michelle’s bestselling novels have been published in North America, France, Spain, Argentina, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Australia. Her debut thriller THE TUNNELS, about a series of ritualized murders in the abandoned tunnel system beneath a university, has been described as “Silence of the Lambs meets The Wicker Man.”

The following book in the series, BONEYARD, depicts a cat and mouse game between dueling serial killers in the Berkshires. Michelle’s third book, THE GATEKEEPER, involves a domestic terror plot by anti-immigration hate groups. KIDNAP & RANSOM is about the kidnapping of a world-renowned hostage negotiator by a Mexican drug cartel.

In 2012, Michelle released DON’T TURN AROUND with Harper Teen, the first Young Adult novel in a trilogy described as “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” for teenagers.

In 2013, her standalone Young Adult novel STRANGELETS was published by the new SoHo Teen imprint.

Michelle is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Romance Writers of America, and International Thriller Writers. Every Thursday she blogs about life, writing, and petty annoyances on The Kill Zone.

In her spare time she runs errands and indulges a weakness for stale cinema popcorn and Hollywood blockbusters. Hopelessly addicted to Scrabulous, she’s seriously considering a twelve-step program. She lives in San Francisco with her family.

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Book two in Lenore Appelhans’ Memory Chronicles series, CHASING BEFORE, is out in just a couple more days! She offered up a few free-floating secrets about her characters, her writing, and the series, and we’re intrigued. Lenore, thank you for being here!

Character secrets

1. I named one of the minor villains after my editor.

2. There were gorgons in the first draft, but they were my darlings, so I had to kill them.

3. I love the energy Julian brings to the books. He always knows how to ruffle up Felicia.

Author secrets

1. I hardly ever start writing before 3 pm.

2. I get all my best ideas either in the shower or while taking a nap.

3. I am currently in the Creative Writing Masters Program at VCFA and it has been a transformative experience. I can’t recommend it highly enough.

Series secrets

1. So much happened in this series that I didn’t plan, but part of the fun of writing is following where the characters lead you.

2. THE BEST THINGS IN DEATH is a collection of four short memory stories from side characters, and I love how much insight I gained from writing from their perspectives.

About the Book

“I’m a ticking time bomb. And one day soon everything is going to explode.”

Felicia and Neil have arrived in Level 3 and are supposed to prepare for their divine vocations.

But during Felicia and Neil’s training period, a series of explosions rips through Level 3. Tension is high, and casualties are mounting. A rift forms between the pair, one that grows wider when Felicia receives memories from the Morati. The memories cast doubt on the people she loves the most, but Felicia can’t stop her curiosity. She has to know the truth about her life – even if it means putting at risk everything she’s worked for in her death.

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About the Author

Thanks to my father’s job in the US military, I became addicted to travel early. To date, I’ve visited nearly 60 countries and have stepped on every contintent except Antartica. My travels inspire my writing - in fact, the original spark of the idea for LEVEL 2 grew out of an discussion with my grandmother about whether it was better to spend my money on Precious Moments figurines (her view) or plane tickets (my view).

I currently live in Frankfurt, Germany and the last foreign country I visited was Krygyzstan (Sept 2012).

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Dear readers, today’s secrets are such a treat. Jeff Hart’s UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS, the sequel to EAT, BRAINS, LOVE, is out next week, and boy is there a lot going on in this one. You can read a sample here. I love it when an author is fearless in integrating so many common- but very different and infrequently seen togeher!- YA themes and trends into their writing. There’s a certain gleeful absurdity to what Jeff Hart is doing with this series, and the result is a unique and compelling setup that I can’t wait to read. Thanks for participating, Jeff!

YA Series Insiders: Who or what was the inspiration for the villain in your book?

Jeff Hart: I’m not sure UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS really has a villain. Everyone is just misunderstood! But I will say this: the Lord of Des Moines, the zombie despot running Iowa that creates a lot of problems for Jake, Cass, and Amanda was inspired in part by me imagining what might happen if a passionate zombie blogger was suddenly undead. Pop culture teaches us everything (right???), so wouldn’t an avid consumer of post-apocalyptic movies and books have a bigtime advantage in the actual apocalypse? I hope so!

YASI: Besides your main character/s, do you secretly have a soft spot for another character?

JH: I have a major soft spot for all of Cass’s former Necrotic Control Division team. Their interplay in EAT BRAINS LOVE, and how Cass’s perception of them slowly evolves, was a lot of fun to write. Too bad they all died! Just kidding… or am I? Maybe we’ll see one of them again in UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS.

YASI: If you were going to write a spin-off about one of your characters, who would it be and why?

JH: I love villain origin stories, so I’d write a spin-off about Alastaire, the psychic bureaucrat/sociopath that takes an interest in Cass during EAT BRAINS LOVE. Ostensibly he’s trying to prevent the zombie apocalypse, but he’s doing it in a really gross way, and he’s also secretly pushing an agenda all his own. I’d like to write about him as a young man, before all the ideals got stomped out of him. Plus, he wears bowties, so I’d like to know how he picked up that tic.

YASI: What motivates you to write even when you don’t feel up to it?

JH: Knowing that if I don’t keep writing, I might have to get a real job! I feel incredibly lucky to make a living off my writing. The freedom, the lack of a boss, the seclusion and crippling self-doubt – it’s a lifestyle that I treasure. I live in constant fear of steady paychecks and good health insurance.

YASI: What’s the best scene you’ve ever written?

JH: I don’t know about best – that’s serious. There’s a really little scene in UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS where Jake is chilling out on a roof, chatting with some… um, new friends. And it’s just guys talking about science fiction, aliens, and drone strikes. I don’t know if this is a weird thing to say about your own writing – I don’t care! – the dialogue in that scene cracks me up every time I read it. I laugh at my own jokes, okay?

YASI: Did anything happen in your series that surprised you, that you didn’t plan?

JH: I always outline my books before I start, so when things do happen that surprise me it can feel very organic, almost like I planned it the whole time. And then I look back at my notes and realize I’ve veered way off course. A lot of times this is because I’m having fun writing a particular character, so I end up expanding their role. Sometimes, though, I change course entirely, because the drama is too rich to pass up. There’s a death in UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS that I absolutely didn’t have planned going in.

YASI: Any advice for writers currently working on a series?

JH: Write a good standalone. I think it’s important that readers leave each installment of a series feeling like they’ve gotten a complete story. If the characters are intriguing and the world is vivid, there will always be more details to unpack down the road. Cliffhangers and loose ends can be great, sure, but I think a series that draws people back on its characters/world will always be more interesting than one relying on withholding plot.

About the Book

Jake and Amanda are in love, on the run—and undead. They’ve teamed up with Cass, who’s ditched her former job as shady government psychic zombie-tracker, and they’re headed across the border into Iowa, where there’s rumored to be a zombie cure.

Armed with a trunk full of guinea pigs (aka zombie snacks), they’re ready to take on the Midwest’s first undead warlord, the psycho psychic out for their blood, and their own superawkward love triangle. But the virus is spreading faster than you can say “zombie apocalypse,” and Jake, Amanda, and Cass have to find the cure—if it even exists—before the whole state of Iowa goes up in flames.

With its heartwarming blend of guts, romance, and spot-on teen humor, this road trip–ready paperback original is perfect for fans of Isaac Marion’s Warm Bodies and AMC’s The Walking Dead. Readers will devour Jeff Hart’s fresh, funny, and irreverent take on love and life (well, unlife) in an eat-or-be-eaten world.

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About the Author

Jeff Hart is originally from the icy tundra of Rochester, NY, and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. He is the author of two young adult novels: EAT, BRAINS, LOVE and its upcoming sequel UNDEAD WITH BENEFITS, out August 26th from Harper Teen. His other works have appeared in The Awl, The Literary Review, The L Magazine, and Storychord.

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What We’re Reading: August Edition

Nina Berry

CAESAR: LIFE OF A COLOSSUS by Adrien Goldsworthy

I love nothing more than a big juicy book about history, and this biography of Rome’s Julius Caesar is an enormous, tasty bite indeed! Ever since I was seven years old I’ve been fascinated with Cleopatra, so I’ve read most of the good books there are about her. But I hadn’t read any specifically about her husband and father of her oldest son, Caesar. This tome is incredibly well researched and reasoned, and I find it fascinating trying to piece together exactly why Caesar, among all men, was so impressive. How did he get that way and why? I’m right at the point where he’s kidnapped by pirates. Yes, really. When they decided to ransom him for twenty talents of silver, he insisted they instead ask for fifty! He promised them he’d return and have them crucified, which they thought was very funny. Until he did it, after first having their throats cut. Now there’s a story you wouldn’t believe in fiction. That’s one of the many reasons why I love history.

S. E. Green

HUSH, HUSH by Becca Fitzpatrick

I just got done reading HUSH, HUSH by Becca Fitzpatrick. Angels, suspense, twists, and one sexy and dangerous Patch. I kept trying to figure out who was good and who was bad. Loved the descriptive writing, the action, and the emotional peaks. And did I mention Patch? He’s shrouded in so much mystery I just want to solve all his problems.

Martina Boone

MADE FOR YOU by Melissa Marr

In addition to trying to juggle a whole lot of things that are only marginally connected to writing a book, my deadline for PERSUASION revisions are looming, so my reading is minimal. That said, I’m reading and loving MADE FOR YOU by Melissa Marr. As well as a Southern Gothic, it’s an intriguing who-done-it and a fascinating psychological study. Add in an unusual paranormal ability, some new twists on the small-town-in-the-South setting, and a cast of characters I can’t help rooting for, and I’m sold even without Melissa’s ability to weave a world with a few carefully-chosen words. I’m really enjoying this one! And is it my imagination, or are there a ton of Southern Gothics coming this fall? I can’t wait to read more of them!

S.E. Green’s KILLER INSTINCT just got a visual redesign! The new cover is a creepy tie-in to the contents of the book. See for yourself:

Is it just me, or is the doll hand way creepier than the alternative?

And oh, by the way- this redesign also accompanies a cover reveal for the next book in the series, KILLER WITHIN!

These books are going to look so good lined up on a shelf together when the series is complete! KILLER WITHIN won’t be out until next year, so if your interest is piqued and you haven’t read KILLER INSTINCT yet…well, now might be the time.

About the Book

“A zippy, gripping psychological drama.” ~Kirkus Reviews

She’s not evil, but she has certain… urges.

Lane is a typical teenager. Loving family. Good grades. Afterschool job at the local animal hospital. Martial arts enthusiast. But her secret obsession is studying serial killers. She understands them, knows what makes them tick.

Why?

Because she might be one herself.

Lane channels her dark impulses by hunting criminals—delivering justice when the law fails. The vigilantism stops shy of murder. But with each visceral rush the line of self-control blurs.

And then a young preschool teacher goes missing. Only to return… in parts.

When Lane excitedly gets involved in the hunt for “the Decapitator,” the vicious serial murderer that has come to her hometown, she gets dangerously caught up in a web of lies about her birth dad and her own dark past. And once the Decapitator contacts Lane directly, Lane knows she is no longer invisible or safe. Now she needs to use her unique talents to find the true killer’s identity before she—or someone she loves—becomes the next victim…

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About the Author

S. E. Green or Shannon Greenland is the author of the award winning Middle Grade spy series, The Specialists, which was an ALA top pick and a National Reader’s Choice Recipient. Killer Instinct marks her debut into the world of thrillers. It’s due out in hardcover 5.6.14 under her pseudonym, S. E. Green.

Shannon is an adjunct professor and an avid adventurer. She can be found mostly in Florida where she’s outside enjoying all the Sunshine State has to offer.

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