trailer: flowers in the attic
Most readers have a story about the moment they experienced a V.C. Andrews book for the first time. Our high school library kept them hidden in a back room, but plenty of friends smuggled them out and offered peeks at recess.
trailer: the gods of guilt
In Michael Connelly’s The Gods of Guilt, defense attorney Mickey Haller returns with a haunting case–the murder of a former client. The trailer gives us goosebumps as Mickey talks about this new case that hits too close to home.
trailer: fixing to die
This book trailer for the latest addition to Elaine Viet’s mystery shopper series, Fixing to Die, is just adorable. Josie and her new husband bought their first house and they’re remodeling a mid-century modern kitchen.
trailer: he’s gone
The trailer for Deb Caletti’s He’s Gone is perfect to showcase on Halloween. Creepily illustrating a wife’s worst nightmare, the author says about this haunting trailer, “He’s Gone has been called a ‘psychological thriller’ but the emphasis is most definitely on the ‘psychological’ and the trailer captures both the introspection of the book and its uneasy plot line.”
trailer: tell me a secret
“It’s tough living in the shadow of a dead girl….” And with those words, we’re pulled into the world of Holly Cupala’s Tell Me A Secret. In the five years since her sister’s death, Miranda Mathison has wondered about the secret her sister took to the grave–and what really happened the night she died.
trailer: the brokenhearted
The trailer for Amelia Kahaney’s The Brokenhearted looks like it could be a commercial for one of the CW television shows we adore. Prima ballerina Anthem Fleet falls to her death in a tragic accident…and awakens in an underground lab, with a bionic heart ticking in her chest.