Friday, July 30, 2021

Five thrillers to warn you away from social media

Lindsay Cameron worked as a corporate lawyer for many years in Vancouver and New York City before leaving the law behind to write books.

Her first novel, Biglaw, was published in 2015.

Just One Look is her suspense debut.

Cameron lives in New York City where she is currently at work on her next book.

At CrimeReads she tagged "five thrillers that might convince you to finally pull the trigger on that [social media account] delete button," including:
Pretty Things by Janelle Brown

When I was half-way through reading Pretty Things, I double checked the privacy settings on all of my social accounts. That’s because it isn’t just stalkers who are trolling for information, it’s grifters too! Case in point, Nina. Nina is a con artist who preys on Los Angeles’s wealthy and careless, utilizing social media to locate and target her marks. When Nina’s mother gets hit with sky high medical bills, Nina and her charming boyfriend set their sights on their riskiest mark yet: Vanessa, an heiress turned influencer. But there’s far more to Vanessa than what appears on her feed, so buckle up for this dazzling game of cat and mouse.
Read about another entry on the list.

The Page 69 Test: Pretty Things.

--Marshal Zeringue