Search for:

Evil At Heart

Are you ready for an edge of your seat, hold-on-tight read?  The kind that twists you up in so much tension you have to get up and move, so you do — only to run back and pick up the book again because you can’t stand not finding out what happens next? Well, if that’s the kind of read you’re looking for; you’re looking for Chelsea Cain’s, Evil at Heart.

“In Cain’s superb follow-up to Heartsick, damaged detective Archie Sheridan is back home in Portland, Ore., trying to resume a normal life. Archie’s ties to serial killer Gretchen Lowell still run deep, even if he’s stopped their weekly visits in prison. Meanwhile, reporter Susan Ward is finishing an article accusing a beloved U.S. senator of seducing his children’s 14-year-old babysitter a decade earlier. When three bodies are discovered in a local park—where Archie’s team found Gretchen’s first victim 12 years earlier—Archie worries another serial killer is at large. After the senator’s unexpected death, Susan discovers links between the sex scandal and the bodies in the park. When Gretchen escapes from prison, Archie knows he’s the only one who can stop her from killing. In Cain’s capable hands, Gretchen is both a monster and the only person who truly understands Archie’s pain. With its brisk pacing, carefully metered violence and tortured hero, Cain’s sophomore effort will leave readers desperate for more.” Publishers Weekly

New York Times Best-Selling Author, Chelsea Cain, just keeps cranking up the heat.  If you haven’t read Sweetheart and Heartsick, grab them now and start reading.  You have just about enough time to get them finished before Evil at Heart debuts  on September 1st. And if you live in the Pacific Northwest, be sure to check out Chelsea Cain’s blog for information on oral readings and book signings in your neighborhood.

The website also links to synopsis pages for all of Cain’s novels, book-seller websites, plus her Facebook, YouTube and Twitter accounts.  Everything a fan could want in one click.   So, what are you waiting for?  I’ll meet you at the bookstore!


  1. Nope, no scary reading here. I am fond of sleep and NOT fond of nightmares. I really have to watch out for that whole Good In, Good Out thing, because my mind retains stuff. I may be forgetful, but I never forget. (And that just made no sense!!)
    .-= kcinnova´s last blog ..August excitement =-.

Comments are closed.