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The Girl in the Mirror: A Sarah Greene Supernatural Mystery

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Worth reading 😎

Dark and interesting, and a good story for those who are curious about the paranormal horror genre. Definitely worth a read!

Going into any paranormal horror novel I'm always worried that it will be filled with clichés and tropes, but The Girl in the Mirror definitely played on some strings that I didn't see coming, and it was a pleasant surprise.


The characters were interesting, and I really enjoyed the conflicted relationship between Sarah and her ex-husband Joe. It gave a little more depth to the main character.


I can't say that I connected very much with the characters, but I still enjoyed going on this adventure with them.


When it comes to the plotline, I found myself connecting quite a few of the dots very early on in the story, but I'm uncertain if that's just me having been around the block a few times in the genre or if it was just parts of the story that were a bit too predictable. That being said, I still enjoyed the story and there were details of how it all wrapped up that I didn't see coming as well; I definitely think it's worth a read.


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About the author

Steven Ramirez is the award-winning author of the supernatural suspense series SARAH GREENE MYSTERIES. A former screenwriter, he also wrote the acclaimed horror thriller series TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD and Come As You Are, a horror collection. Steven lives in Los Angeles. view profile

Published on June 30, 2019

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80000 words

Genre: Horror

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