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No One's Home by D.M. Pulley
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it was amazing

Myron and Margot Martin just landed the deal of the century on a new home. The house, more of a mansion than a house, is a mess but Myron sees the potential not just for renovations, but also for a fresh start for his family but Rawlingswood has a complicated past of its own, evidenced not just in the physical damage done to the house over the years, but also by the cryptic graffiti that covers nearly every wall. As the Martins dig into a full-scale renovation, the house begins to peel back its layers and reveal its secrets. This multigenerational tale of mystery and suspense connects four families defined by tragedy and death, the lingering pain of which begins to reveal itself to the Martins' teenaged son Hunter.

This novel is classic D.M. Pulley and hearkens back to her first book, "The Dead Key" which remains one of my favorites. Pulley is a master of building a world of suspense interwoven with the history that surrounds the buildings who are as much characters in her books as the actual living characters. This book will grab you and not let go until you've driven yourself crazy trying to figure out all its twists and turns.
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Reading Progress

July 26, 2019 – Started Reading
July 28, 2019 – Shelved
July 28, 2019 – Finished Reading

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