Dark Room

Publisher: Red Eye

Review

After yet another midnight flit to escape her father's debtors, Darla O'Neill finds herself in Saffron Hills - a town of mansions, swimming pools and sports cars mostly populated by beautiful, manicured people.

As she tries to fit in at the local high school, Darla is haunted by disturbing visions of brutal murder. When it becomes obvious that the visions are actually premonitions and privileged teenagers start to die in dreadful ways, Darla is unsure where to turn and who to trust - especially when a link is made to a historic murder and possible connections to her own family.

A gradual building of tension and clever plotting will keep readers gripped by this teen-centred horror/thriller. Not suitable for younger readers.

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