on August 11, 2015
Genres: Suspense, Thrillers
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“All things truly wicked start from innocence.” – Ernest Hemingway
I hear screams in my head.
I see blood on my hands.
When I look in the mirror I see a stranger.
How is it that I can remember bits and pieces of my life, but nothing of any importance and nothing that makes any sense? Everything is twisted and nothing is right. I’m choking with every breath I take, suffocating on the unknown.
Two days ago, everything changed. Two days ago, the people I should trust the most became strangers in my convoluted head. The dreams I have can’t be real. The fleeting memories that whisper through my mind are scary and wrong…they have to be. If they aren’t, I have something much worse to fear than my fractured mind. I need to find out the truth, even if it destroys me.
I've been told my name is Ravenna Duskin. I’m eighteen years old and I live in a prison…
“I have to keep going. If I’m caught, I’ll be dead.”
This suspenseful thriller will have you asking questions until the very end. A different venture for Tara, Bury Me was a carefully crafted story with multiple layers, driven by a girl and the prison she calls home.
“Nothing is falling into place and everything feels wrong.”
Prepare yourself for a couch date. With the twisting plot lines Tara throws at you there will be no time to “pick it back up tomorrow.” Tara has dipped her writing hand into romantic suspense but Bury Me takes her to a completely different level. Leave the penis jokes at the home please because Tara has checked another box off her “can do list” and Bury Me will yet again show her in a whole new light.
“Secrets never stay hidden no matter how deep you bury them.”
Before I can command my feet to move toward the shape—the safer of the two evils—I hear another sound in the opposite direction and foolishly turn my head. Something heavy and solid crashes against my skull and I feel myself falling. Darkness descends over me one last time, covering my eyes, clogging my ears and stealing the breath from my lungs. Nothing will ever be the same again.
Nothing will ever be good again.
It will all be bad.
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