Thursday, July 8, 2021

Kill All Your Darlings by David Bell

Connor finally had a book published.  He needed this publication to save his tenure at the university.

The only problem is that the book is one written by a former student who has gone missing and was never found.

Well....she was never found until now.

Madeline shows up sitting in his living room demanding money for her book that was published in his name.

That isn't the only problem with the book, though.

The police question the content because it has information about a murder a few years ago that includes information that was never released to the public.

What could Connor have gotten himself into?

Should he tell the police that Madeline is alive?

Why would she put those details about killing Sophia in the book?

Questions, questions, questions and a book you won't want to put down.

Mr. Bell will again treat readers to a gripping, page-turning thriller.

You will feel the tension in all the characters as well as their confusion about the situation.

Mr. Bell simply has a way of creating books that have exceptionally real and unique, pulse-pounding story lines.

He has outdone himself with KILL ALL YOUR DARLINGS...don’t miss this ONE. 5/5

This book was given to me by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.


  1. Have you read it yet?

    Enjoy when you do.

    Thanks for stopping.

  2. Sounds very intriguing. Thank you for the update.

    1. It is a good one.

      Thanks for your comment, Mystica.

  3. Fantastic review!! And because I saw another post of you raving about this book, I requested it on NetGalley and YAY, I was approved!

    1. YAY!!


      You will love it, Cheryl.

      Thank you for commenting.

  4. Great review.
    I really enjoyed this one too.
    He's a very good author.

    1. Yes....I always enjoy his books.

      Thank you for commenting, Linda.

  5. Great review! I love this author's books, and I've been eagerly awaiting it.

    1. Yes...I always enjoy his books too.

      Enjoy when you read it, Laurel.