If you’ve been following the release of Go Home, Afton—just $3.99 on Amazon—you’ve, no doubt, seen silhouette imagery of Afton Morrison.
I’m just completely blown away by [Go Home, Afton]. … Highly recommended, five amazing stars.
—Donna Weiss, Book Reviewer (bookdragongirl.com)
I have never identified so much with a potential serial killer. … I can’t wait for the other installments in [The Afton Morrison Series].
—Nicole Campbell, Book Reviewer (thebookwormdrinketh.com)
A fast, fast read that grabbed me from the first chapter and wouldn’t let me go until the end. And even then, it left me wanting more… Go Home, Afton is as entertaining as it is intriguing.
—H. C. Newton, Book Reviewer (irresponsiblereader.com)
…within the first few pages [of Go Home, Afton, my] mind was racing. … I really liked this book and can’t wait to read the next book in the series.
—Chris Bailey, Book Reviewer (cbailey31.blogspot.com)
I’m sold on Afton! …the plot [of Go Home, Afton] took over and I was hooked. Now I’m going to be very anxiously awaiting parts two through four.
—Amy Roebuck, Fort Erie Public Library
The short answer? No.
That said, when my dad and I set out on a road trip to Massachusetts last weekend, we discovered that somewhere between Boston and Salem is a small town called Wakefield, and I couldn’t resist visiting.
Afton is certainly a unique kind of anti-heroine. She’s really likable but really strange, too. … [Go Home, Afton] is full of twists and turns and lots of action.
—Linda Strong, Goodreads Reviewer
[Go Home, Afton] seizes your attention with page one and feeds little truths, little pearls, and pretty soon you are flipping pages right into the cliff-hanging conclusion.
—Stanley McShane (Virginia Williams), Author of Cocos Island Treasure