Investigating the murder of a local woman, Mackenzie Laughlin goes up against a relentless killer who, targeting former high school classmates, has been waiting to teach them the lessons they should have learned long ago – that gossip and popularity have a price, and it’s time to pay.
New York Times bestselling author of romantic suspense, Nancy Bush, is back with a gripping page-turner that explores the dark side of popularity, when “harmless” high school gossip turns deadly…
Every word you whisper
In high school, rumors can make or destroy a reputation. A thoughtless nickname can turn each day into a living hell. Gossip is irresistible–and contagious. But sometimes, gossip can kill…
Every secret you share
Mackenzie Laughlin, formerly with Oregon’s River Glen police department, has reluctantly agreed to investigate a local woman’s disappearance. The case reconnects her with Justin James Taft, a P.I. gifted at getting under Mac’s skin. But when the body is found tangled in river weeds, Mac and Taft realize that the case has changed, from one missing woman to a hunt for a terrifying and relentless killer…
Could be your last
In his old school yearbooks, they were the pretty, popular ones, confident and callous. Back then, they held the power. But now, it’s all his. He’s been waiting to teach them the lessons they should have learned long ago: that gossip and popularity have a price, and it’s time to pay…