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LORETH ANNE WHITE: I WANT TO SHOW THE FEAR OF MY HEROINE AT IN THE WANING LIGHT

Loreth Anne White had a wonderful year. Her novel A Dark Lure became one of the biggest hits in 2015. The book topped the Amazon rankings, but it wasn’t enough for the good friend of Land of Books.

On Novemer 3 she released her next title In the Waning Light. The Romantic suspense was eaten by the fans of the genre, who gave splendid valuation averaging with 4.7 Amazon stars from 110 reviews.

If you miss our previous interview with Loreth Anne White, please check it here.

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– Loreth, welcome once again at Land of Books. What the readers will find in your new book In the Waning Light?

– To win back her fiancé and a chance at a future she thinks she wants, Meg Brogan, an emotionally-shuttered True Crime writer must return to her small Oregon coastal hometown to tackle the one story everyone says she cannot write—the story of her sister’s brutal murder, and her own family’s demise 22 years ago—only to find that ‘The End’ was not what everyone thought it was, that the real killer could still be lurking in Shelter Bay, and that her future might just lie with a man from her past.
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LORETH ANNE WHITE: A DARK LURE WAS BORN OUT OF A FISHING TRIP

A Dark Lure by Loreth Anne White stayed in the top 3 of the Amazon Bestselling List in the past 15 days. The suspense thriller was accepted very well by the readers, who rated it with average 4,6 Amazon stars from 250 plus reviews. “Keeps you guessing”, “Great read” and “The story was full of surprises” are just few of the opinions about the novel.
We are proud to welcome at Land of Books our next guest Loreth Anne White.

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– Loreth, what is your next book A Dark Lure about?
A Dark Lure, at its core, is a story of survival and finding the strength to accept oneself in spite of scars both inside and out, and allowing oneself to be loved. Twelve years ago my heroine, Olivia, narrowly escaped a heinous serial killer, and it cost her marriage and child. Now, struggling with PTSD, she believes she’s finally found sanctuary living under a new name on a ranch where she works as a fishing guide. But when a fresh victim is found gutted and hanging from a tree, bearing startling similarities to the old Watt Lake slaughters, Olivia must face the impossible—could the Watt Lake Killer be back, this time to finish the job?
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