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KILLING YOUR BEST FRIEND: The Mystery of Psyche and Hidden Romance

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Tammy Bartow is wrestling with another bout of insomnia when she glances out her bedroom window and sees a shadow creeping along the cold Alaskan ground near her neighbor’s yard. Ever since her neighbor Marta Gray, married Alexander (Ax), an ex-con who has already served time for murder, fear has hung over the neighborhood like a dark cloud. But as she eventually returns t ...more
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Published June 8th 2020
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    When I read books, I generally take notes at the same time. I average about one A5 page per book. With this book, I barely reached half of that! I was far too busy reading the story to be able to take many notes.

    My main concern when reading a thriller, is that it will be gory and cause nightmares and a lasting sense of unsettlement that escapes the confines of the reading experience. That was not the case here. There were no detailed, bloody scenes but the theme of the book was not affected by
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    Killing Your Best Friend by Valda Taurus is a thrilling murder-mystery set amid the rich backdrop of the Alaskan wilderness. Set in a rustic and remote small town – the type of place where everyone knows everyone’s business and residents befriend each other not wholly by choice, but by lack of alternatives for companionship. Ivan Kortnev is murdered in grisly fashion, with a screwdriver to the heart, and his best friend Alexander Gray, an ex-convict who spent a decade in prison for murder, is co ...more
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    Valda Taurus is inspired by stories of survival in extreme situations, whether it be a natural disaster or an inner psychological struggle. She holds a master's degree in sociology and a minor in psychology that complements her desire to be a judgment-free observer of people. On the path to becoming a writer, she completed an advanced fiction-writing course. Killing Your Best Friend is her first n ...more

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