“The House in the Pines” is a psychological thriller told from the point of view of Maya, an adult woman who struggles with addiction and repressed memories of her childhood friend’s death. Maya is convinced her ex-boyfriend Frank was involved, and after viewing a similar strange death involving Frank through social media, Maya sets out to prove once and for all he’s a murderer. This book was “okay.” I say that because I did read it all the way through and there were some surprises at the end, but I didn’t have that can’t-put-it-down feeling I do for most psychological thrillers. In fact, I’m struggling to remember the details of this book even to write this review. It was a good time-filler I guess, but not a book I would really recommend. There are better reads out there.
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