Once Upon a Time….


The Girl in Black

The Girl in Black” by Kathy Lauren Miller, is a hauntingly taut murder mystery as well as an awesome page-turner! The mystery begins with high school senior, Kate Mckenna who happens to live in an old Victorian manor that is also the Mckenna Memorial Funeral Home. Her father, Dr. Brendan Mckenna, happens to be the county’s Chief Medical Examiner.  Shy Kate, whose social life as always been nearly non-existent until she is thrust into the limelight when the promiscuous prom queen, Ashley, is found tortured and murdered.

Accusations run rampant in Kate’s High School concerning several male students that were involved with Ashley.  To make matters worse, Ashley’s remains now reside at the funeral home where Kate lives. Kate and her best friend Cooper, a computer nerd, and Kate’s unattainable heartthrob, handsome Shane, all become involved in Ashley’s murder.  Suddenly, Kate finds herself in the cross hairs of the sadistic killer and the vengeful ghost of Ashley, the murdered prom queen. What happens next is beyond Kate’s worse nightmare.  The Girl in Black is a fascinating and terrifying murder mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. I highly recommend this book.




7 thoughts on “THE GIRL IN BLACK

  1. WL Hawkin says:

    I like the cover…really well done!


  2. frenchc1955 says:

    Reblogged this on charles french words reading and writing and commented:
    This review is excellently written and offers a strong argument to buy and read this book!


  3. daboogieblog says:

    Interesting book and considering I’m a mystery lover I have to give it a proper look.


  4. Great review. I will definitely put this on my to read list. Suggestion. I would’ve loved a link to the Amazon page where finding the book would be easier for us lazy, I mean busy, writers. LOL


    1. Hi Jean, you are right, I should have put a link to this book. It is a great story and I do think most people would really enjoy it. Thank you, K D 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Fantastic review! I love creepy YA mysteries like this so I’ll definitely be checking this out!😊


    1. Kim, This is a really scary story and good comic relief sense too. Karen 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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