Boulder Girl, Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low by Cynthia L. Clark

A riveting tale of love and obsession…

Unhinged obsession of a sinister psychopath takes center stage in Clark’s thoroughly gripping suspense thriller. After dissolution of her unhappy decade-long marriage, thirty-year-old Lana Ross, a magazine editor for Boulder Essence, is set to move on with her life. The charming Vincent “Roadking” Romano enters Lana’s life, bringing with him the promise of much-needed romance and passion. But things start to go haywire soon. Initially, there are just small red herrings: someone has been sneaking around Lana’s house; a snake appears out of nowhere in the living room; Vincent’s car is vandalized. But things take a sinister turn soon with people around Lana turning up dead. The plot seems untangled on the surface, but just when readers think they have started to piece it all together, the new twists unfold, shifting the whole scenario. Clark cleverly keeps the suspense high, ratcheting up the tension at every turn with shocking revelations. The threads of the protagonists’ disparate plots weave together tightly, but the best part of the narrative is channeling the story through an antagonist who is both morally corrupt and a thorough sociopath. Clark skillfully reveals his backstory through flashbacks from the past. She imbues her engrossing suspense plot with a mix of tender, heartwarming romance and a deliciously creepy undertone. Fully-realized, multidimensional characters, complex emotions, and engrossing narrative make the novel ideal for lovers of fast-paced suspense thrillers. The unexpected, shocking finale leaves the door open for another face-off between the lovely Lana and her sinister stalker. Readers will be excited to see what Clark does next.

Boulder Girl

Remember Me When the Moon Hangs Low

By Cynthia L. Clark

Outskirts Press

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Pub date December 30, 2019

ISBN 9781977219206

Price $21.97 (USD) Paperback, $5.97 Kindle edition



Categories: Suspense and Thriller

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