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Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, esp Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, especially now more than ever. A chilling unknown filled the air of Sherwood, Virginia. Strange things are happening around Emma. Things that no one can explain, and many don't believe. And when Emma witnesses two figures hidden by sheer curtains, strangling a smaller figure. A figure she can only assume to be Ruby's. She becomes a witness to the murder of the girl next door. But what do you do when no one believes that the girl even existed? Emma’s world starts to spin, and she begins to wonder… Is someone taunting her and taking lives to torment her? Or has she truly gone crazy? The Girl Next Door is the fourth book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.


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Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, esp Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, especially now more than ever. A chilling unknown filled the air of Sherwood, Virginia. Strange things are happening around Emma. Things that no one can explain, and many don't believe. And when Emma witnesses two figures hidden by sheer curtains, strangling a smaller figure. A figure she can only assume to be Ruby's. She becomes a witness to the murder of the girl next door. But what do you do when no one believes that the girl even existed? Emma’s world starts to spin, and she begins to wonder… Is someone taunting her and taking lives to torment her? Or has she truly gone crazy? The Girl Next Door is the fourth book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone.

30 review for The Girl Next Door

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sara Morrissey

    So done with this series Spoilers Alright, 4th book in. Was hoping to have some kind of closure to events and characters the author seems to drop and pick up whenever filler is needed. Emma simultaneously being harassed by her missing father, missing ex boyfriend turned terrorist(probably at the hands of her father), and now some insane jilted lover of a murderer she put away years ago? PLEASE. If her father was following her around like the book says, he would have seen this other person messing So done with this series Spoilers Alright, 4th book in. Was hoping to have some kind of closure to events and characters the author seems to drop and pick up whenever filler is needed. Emma simultaneously being harassed by her missing father, missing ex boyfriend turned terrorist(probably at the hands of her father), and now some insane jilted lover of a murderer she put away years ago? PLEASE. If her father was following her around like the book says, he would have seen this other person messing with her. But does he? NO. He just disappears right before all this happened. How convenient. I feel like I'm the one being played now. Reading this series was like being in a bad relationship with someone who refuses to commit to you, but demands you take them out to dinner every night. Unreal

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sara Estrada

    They keep getting better and better. I am really curious about Emma‘s past and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one. I love these books and I’m going to start right now on the fifth one.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Carole

    I was disappointed with this book. Sam treated Emma horribly and yet she went right back to him without hesitation. If that's not abuse.... I was disappointed with this book. Sam treated Emma horribly and yet she went right back to him without hesitation. If that's not abuse....

  4. 4 out of 5

    Bonnie

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. While the writing continues to be good and the pacing is excellent, I have to say this one didn't hold me. Also, knowing there are more in the series and I'm not going to learn what's up with her father and family sort of irritates me. I'm all about long arcs but this mystery was a big part of book one and there's no resolution at all. I found this one a difficult read considering that her current boyfriend just seems to side with everyone else about how this woman is just losing it. I felt his While the writing continues to be good and the pacing is excellent, I have to say this one didn't hold me. Also, knowing there are more in the series and I'm not going to learn what's up with her father and family sort of irritates me. I'm all about long arcs but this mystery was a big part of book one and there's no resolution at all. I found this one a difficult read considering that her current boyfriend just seems to side with everyone else about how this woman is just losing it. I felt his reactions were over the top and the relationship is feeling abusive. Am doubtful that I will continue to with this series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Patricia A Stone

    Respect I have ever enjoyed reading previous books by this author. This book left me cringing. The story line was good as usual. However Emma , who being an FYI agent, would lead you to believe that she was a strong woman, does not fulfill this role. Sam is the epitome of a male chauvinist, constantly disrespecting Emma by patronizing her, not trusting what she is saying because he thinks she needs rest, and overall putting her down. Irritated the hell out of me and I can't see Emma tolerating it Respect I have ever enjoyed reading previous books by this author. This book left me cringing. The story line was good as usual. However Emma , who being an FYI agent, would lead you to believe that she was a strong woman, does not fulfill this role. Sam is the epitome of a male chauvinist, constantly disrespecting Emma by patronizing her, not trusting what she is saying because he thinks she needs rest, and overall putting her down. Irritated the hell out of me and I can't see Emma tolerating it. Too far fetched.

  6. 5 out of 5

    jennifer garcia

    Emma Griffin I’ve really enjoyed reading this series however I don’t know too many women that would put up with Sheriff Sam’s b.s. That was one thing that I really did not like about this book. Also, I’m more than ready for the ‘him’ section to be revealed and done with. Please.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl

    I hadn’t read the first 3 in the series and think it would be better to read them in order. It seemed like I came in, in the middle of a story. The mystery was good and kept you guessing.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Judy Churchill

    This kept me on the edge of my seat the entire way through. I LOVE this FBI series.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Billie

    Complete silence filled the room until an unexpected sound brought Emma out of her slumber and into the mystery of the girl next door. Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar Complete silence filled the room until an unexpected sound brought Emma out of her slumber and into the mystery of the girl next door. Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, especially now more than ever. A chilling unknown filled the air of Sherwood, Virginia. Strange things are happening around Emma. Things that no one can explain, and many don't believe. And when Emma witnesses two figures hidden by sheer curtains, strangling a smaller figure. A figure she can only assume to be Ruby's. She becomes a witness to the murder of the girl next door. But what do you do when no one believes that the girl even existed? Emma’s world starts to spin, and she begins to wonder… Is someone taunting her and taking lives to torment her? Or has she truly gone crazy? The Girl Next Door is the fourth book in the Emma Griffin Mystery series, it can be read as a standalone. This is a wonderful addition to this thrilling series! Wonderful well written plot and story line that had me engaged from the start. Love the well fleshed out characters and found them believeable. Great suspense and action with that adds so much to the story. Such a thrilling read that I couldn't put it down. Can't wait to read more of these. Recommend reading. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  10. 5 out of 5

    dubbiechan

    This book was just as good as The Girl In Cabin 13. The twists and turns made everything so interesting, and definitely kept me on my feet. While I do understand the author was trying to make it look like Emma was going insane (which made sense for the case), it was annoying how Sam treated her. I don’t understand why she is still with him and to be honest, he’s kind of a big dick. I loved everything about this book except for Sam. If only he would’ve worked with Emma and believed her sooner, th This book was just as good as The Girl In Cabin 13. The twists and turns made everything so interesting, and definitely kept me on my feet. While I do understand the author was trying to make it look like Emma was going insane (which made sense for the case), it was annoying how Sam treated her. I don’t understand why she is still with him and to be honest, he’s kind of a big dick. I loved everything about this book except for Sam. If only he would’ve worked with Emma and believed her sooner, things could have wrapped up sooner. But then again, I guess that was apart of the book. Just sort of annoying how Emma had to keep repeating to literally everyone in the town how she wasn’t going insane. She’s a FBI agent, you think you’d believe her more than the local sheriff, who has little to no experience (as the author writes him off that way). Anyways, enough of my tangent. Amazing book. Can’t wait to read more!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Dan Smith

    Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, especially now more than ever. A chilling unknown filled the air of Sherwood, Virginia. Strange things are happening around Emma. T Sherwood is a sleepy little town. A town full of friendly faces, and even friendlier neighbors. Which is why FBI agent Emma Griffin isn't surprised when her new neighbor starts stopping by to chat. Turns out her neighbor has a dark past and secrets that made her run. As much as Emma wished it wasn’t true, dark past and secrets are things that she is far too familiar with, especially now more than ever. A chilling unknown filled the air of Sherwood, Virginia. Strange things are happening around Emma. Things that no one can explain, and many don't believe. And when Emma witnesses two figures hidden by sheer curtains, strangling a smaller figure. A figure she can only assume to be Ruby's. She becomes a witness to the murder of the girl next door. But what do you do when no one believes that the girl even existed? Emma’s world starts to spin, and she begins to wonder… Is someone taunting her and taking lives to torment her? Or has she truly gone crazy?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Randolph A Rossi

    Emma Assumes the Role of Victim - Can She Fight Her Way Through In this fourth book of the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Series, she is now the target of a vengeful person or persons. Their aim is to convince her and the entire town of Sherwood that she has lost her mind. Although, this book can be read separately, I found that reading the first three books of the series was helpful when Emma’s previous cases were referenced. Another well written Mystery Book. My only criticism is that the Veterinarian Emma Assumes the Role of Victim - Can She Fight Her Way Through In this fourth book of the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Series, she is now the target of a vengeful person or persons. Their aim is to convince her and the entire town of Sherwood that she has lost her mind. Although, this book can be read separately, I found that reading the first three books of the series was helpful when Emma’s previous cases were referenced. Another well written Mystery Book. My only criticism is that the Veterinarian who put a drug in the food at his grandmother’s diner that caused many people to get sick and also put hazelnut powder on a young woman’s fork that lead to her death was going to be treated lightly. This is so unrealistic, as the least punishment would be the permeant loss of his medical license and possibly manslaughter criminal charges in addition.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Emma Griffin is taking a well-deserved rest and staying at her grandmother’s house in Sherwood, Virginia while helping Sheriff Sam Johnson with his cases. Someone is trying to make Emma look like she’s losing her mind and she thinks the episodes are linked to cases she has worked. Who is behind it and why? Even Sam is beginning to look at her suspiciously. She has a fellow agent look over her phone and finds that it has been compromised and someone is able to send messages and it looks like Emma Emma Griffin is taking a well-deserved rest and staying at her grandmother’s house in Sherwood, Virginia while helping Sheriff Sam Johnson with his cases. Someone is trying to make Emma look like she’s losing her mind and she thinks the episodes are linked to cases she has worked. Who is behind it and why? Even Sam is beginning to look at her suspiciously. She has a fellow agent look over her phone and finds that it has been compromised and someone is able to send messages and it looks like Emma did it. She tries to explain to Sam and he finally listens when Emma is almost killed. The problems go back to the first case she was assigned to and a woman who was not happy with the way the case was resolved. There are several typographical errors but the story is so good, you ignore them. It is confusing with the back and forth time frames but it all ties in at the end. Love this series!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Emilie Davis

    OMG! I love this series!! This is the best one so far, but they are all superior works of fiction. Imagine everything you see and hear didn't happen? Slowly but surely if you were anyone except Emma Griffin, you would think you were going crazy. But our well trained agent on leave from the FBI held tight to her instincts and pushed through to the unraveling of the mystery. It was difficult. A couple of times when she was up against the wall and her nearest and dearest did not believe her, I would OMG! I love this series!! This is the best one so far, but they are all superior works of fiction. Imagine everything you see and hear didn't happen? Slowly but surely if you were anyone except Emma Griffin, you would think you were going crazy. But our well trained agent on leave from the FBI held tight to her instincts and pushed through to the unraveling of the mystery. It was difficult. A couple of times when she was up against the wall and her nearest and dearest did not believe her, I would have slugged him for being so obtuse, but not Emma! She systematically worked through the information and was able work out what was happening. A. J.Rivers, keep up the good work!!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Patt

    This is the best book yet in the Emma Griffin F.B.I. series. You simply can't put it down once you get about a third of the way in. Emma is still in Sherwood and still with Sam, but strange things are happening that make other people think Emma is having a breakdown. She is seeing things that others don't see and someone is trying to drive her crazy. New neighbor, there, then gone, mysterious invitation to meet Sam, but he's not there, a food poisoning episode at the local eatery - these are jus This is the best book yet in the Emma Griffin F.B.I. series. You simply can't put it down once you get about a third of the way in. Emma is still in Sherwood and still with Sam, but strange things are happening that make other people think Emma is having a breakdown. She is seeing things that others don't see and someone is trying to drive her crazy. New neighbor, there, then gone, mysterious invitation to meet Sam, but he's not there, a food poisoning episode at the local eatery - these are just a few of the baffling events. You could read this as a stand alone, but I would recommend reading the others first. It would make things that happen in this book make complete sense, but not till the end. Enjoy this great book.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Karen Seibert-Combs

    Emma is back in her peaceful hometown and it looks like she's finally going to get a chance to rest and relax. Everyone is friendly and welcoming and Emma is beginning to feel truly accepted as a part of the community. It doesn't take long before strange things begin happening around Emma, things that no one else seems to notice, things that make Emma and her friends question her grasp on reality. This series is entertaining and enjoyable to read. The setting is vivid, the characters are enjoyab Emma is back in her peaceful hometown and it looks like she's finally going to get a chance to rest and relax. Everyone is friendly and welcoming and Emma is beginning to feel truly accepted as a part of the community. It doesn't take long before strange things begin happening around Emma, things that no one else seems to notice, things that make Emma and her friends question her grasp on reality. This series is entertaining and enjoyable to read. The setting is vivid, the characters are enjoyable and the story is mysterious and intriguing. I'm looking forward to Emma's next adventure. Thank-you to A.J. Rivers for an ARC in exchange for a honest review.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sharon

    Thoroughly enjoyed this Book 4 in the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Series. As always, the author delivers a story that is intricately plotted and with strong, interesting characters. Emma Griffin has become a bit of an obsession for me, I'll admit. She has had a complicated life, which is slowly unveiled throughout the series. While she isn't perfect - who is? - she is strongly compelling. The more I know, the more I want to know. The author's plots in each of the books in this series are white-knuc Thoroughly enjoyed this Book 4 in the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery Series. As always, the author delivers a story that is intricately plotted and with strong, interesting characters. Emma Griffin has become a bit of an obsession for me, I'll admit. She has had a complicated life, which is slowly unveiled throughout the series. While she isn't perfect - who is? - she is strongly compelling. The more I know, the more I want to know. The author's plots in each of the books in this series are white-knuckle, edge of your seat mysteries, and I am a huge fan. Highly recommend this book and anything this author creates!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Patty

    Addictive I am so addicted. Emma has someone messing with her brain and now no one wants to trust her. Can she convince everyone she is not crazy or will she die trying? This book was a huge twisted mystery. I warn you that there is still a mystery in the background that has yet to unravel. This book is not a standalone read. A particular mystery is operating in the background a few snippets in each book. I cannot wait till it unravels and shows itself. Overall this book is edgy and thrilling. It Addictive I am so addicted. Emma has someone messing with her brain and now no one wants to trust her. Can she convince everyone she is not crazy or will she die trying? This book was a huge twisted mystery. I warn you that there is still a mystery in the background that has yet to unravel. This book is not a standalone read. A particular mystery is operating in the background a few snippets in each book. I cannot wait till it unravels and shows itself. Overall this book is edgy and thrilling. It has great characters and the groundwork laid out for the book is flawless and keeps you guessing. Each book leaves the reader wanting more.

  19. 4 out of 5

    JoAnna Damron

    "People carried whispers in their eyes. He'd heard that, A long time ago". I'll start this review with "Him". I think I know who it is but then a part of me also feels like sometimes it sounds as if he is two different people. I never go with the obvious answer when it comes to mysteries. Now on to the full story. Am I the only one bothered by the fact that everyone makes Emma seem crazy? It also frustrates me that Emma is so quick to forgive Sam after everything he does in this book. I will say "People carried whispers in their eyes. He'd heard that, A long time ago". I'll start this review with "Him". I think I know who it is but then a part of me also feels like sometimes it sounds as if he is two different people. I never go with the obvious answer when it comes to mysteries. Now on to the full story. Am I the only one bothered by the fact that everyone makes Emma seem crazy? It also frustrates me that Emma is so quick to forgive Sam after everything he does in this book. I will say I started to get slightly frustrated with this one but it all turned out ok in the end. Worth the read:? Yes

  20. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne

    The Girl Next Door is a great addition to the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery series. In this book, not only will Emma have to solve an intriguing mystery, she will have to convince those around her that she is not slowly losing her hold on reality. The characters are getting better with every novel as we learn more about them. Though I am not a huge fan of cliffhangers, this tale has me waiting with bated breath for the next mystery. Well done A.J. Rivers. I received a copy of this book for an honest The Girl Next Door is a great addition to the Emma Griffin FBI Mystery series. In this book, not only will Emma have to solve an intriguing mystery, she will have to convince those around her that she is not slowly losing her hold on reality. The characters are getting better with every novel as we learn more about them. Though I am not a huge fan of cliffhangers, this tale has me waiting with bated breath for the next mystery. Well done A.J. Rivers. I received a copy of this book for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lori Bautista

    Thrilling Til The End Accidentally purchased the second book in this series. I'm always up to reading a thriller mystery story so jumped right into The Girl Who Vanished. The author got me hooked. I had to read the first book. Now my headed into the fifth book of the series. AN Rivers is a great storyteller who gets you hooked in the beginning and compels you to read into the late hours of the night just waiting to find who did it!! I'm an avid fan of James Patterson but have have time between hi Thrilling Til The End Accidentally purchased the second book in this series. I'm always up to reading a thriller mystery story so jumped right into The Girl Who Vanished. The author got me hooked. I had to read the first book. Now my headed into the fifth book of the series. AN Rivers is a great storyteller who gets you hooked in the beginning and compels you to read into the late hours of the night just waiting to find who did it!! I'm an avid fan of James Patterson but have have time between his releases to find more mystery authors. Keep the books coming!!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Danielle H

    Page turner The fourth installment of Emma's journey was gripping, and I was anxious about the outcome. This book was confusing in some parts, however. There was so much happening that it was hard to follow at times. Between the main story and what was going on in Sherwood, Bellamy's looking into the past and the chapters with Him I found myself skimming pages. I'm invested in this series and will see it through but there's a lot of background that the readers should already know if they've been Page turner The fourth installment of Emma's journey was gripping, and I was anxious about the outcome. This book was confusing in some parts, however. There was so much happening that it was hard to follow at times. Between the main story and what was going on in Sherwood, Bellamy's looking into the past and the chapters with Him I found myself skimming pages. I'm invested in this series and will see it through but there's a lot of background that the readers should already know if they've been following the series from the start.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I continue to have a love/hate relationship with this series. I still feel like the constant life-threatening chaos in Emma's life is beyond realistic even for a fictional FBI agent. However, i still yearn to know more about Emma's history with her family and Greg to keep picking up the next in the series. Book 4 was better than book 3. At least this time, the characters remained consistent throughout the story and were just introduced and then forgotten about as mere fluff in the story. Here I I continue to have a love/hate relationship with this series. I still feel like the constant life-threatening chaos in Emma's life is beyond realistic even for a fictional FBI agent. However, i still yearn to know more about Emma's history with her family and Greg to keep picking up the next in the series. Book 4 was better than book 3. At least this time, the characters remained consistent throughout the story and were just introduced and then forgotten about as mere fluff in the story. Here I go.... on to book 5, I suppose.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    This book took forever to read. I was getting so confused with the chapters going back 5 years then in the present. At the end she wraps it all up, but I had to reread many chapters to understand what was going on. Apparently these are stand alone books, but I disagree. There were too many references to previous books that made the story even more confusing. Although I do have the next 2 books in the series, I'm not eager to read them. A further note: in the Kindle version there were many, many g This book took forever to read. I was getting so confused with the chapters going back 5 years then in the present. At the end she wraps it all up, but I had to reread many chapters to understand what was going on. Apparently these are stand alone books, but I disagree. There were too many references to previous books that made the story even more confusing. Although I do have the next 2 books in the series, I'm not eager to read them. A further note: in the Kindle version there were many, many grammatical errors which added to my frustration.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Polly J. Van Benthusen

    What a great plot! How to gaslight an FB I agent in a few easy steps. You have to pay attention to every detail or you will miss the clues. This is a great story with just enough twists to keep you on your toes. This agent seems to attract trouble. And still the back story makes you wonder who her father really is. And what is this secret organization? Where is her former boyfriend? Lots of questions still to be answered. Can't wait to read the next one. What a great plot! How to gaslight an FB I agent in a few easy steps. You have to pay attention to every detail or you will miss the clues. This is a great story with just enough twists to keep you on your toes. This agent seems to attract trouble. And still the back story makes you wonder who her father really is. And what is this secret organization? Where is her former boyfriend? Lots of questions still to be answered. Can't wait to read the next one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Leah Parker

    Is EmmA Crazy Many people think so, except for her two friends from the FBI. Even her boyfriend, the sheriff, is not believing her. An old rival keeps telling her she is losing it. This is a fictional story as you know, so read it as such. True some of these things could happen, but the main character is made to be the only one able to figure things out. If true, the FBI would be pushing her to work, not give her months of mental medical leave.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Kerrence James

    This book took me 3 months to read! 3 blinking months. I started it back up last night and ended up liking it in the end. The first half is dull and Sam is so annoying in this one! Why Emma stays with him I'll never know. This wasn't my favourite on the series but hope to the next one is much better. I do enjoy this series. I started reading this because it was a fbi book but she barely works for them, I hope she gets back there sometime soon. This book took me 3 months to read! 3 blinking months. I started it back up last night and ended up liking it in the end. The first half is dull and Sam is so annoying in this one! Why Emma stays with him I'll never know. This wasn't my favourite on the series but hope to the next one is much better. I do enjoy this series. I started reading this because it was a fbi book but she barely works for them, I hope she gets back there sometime soon.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Robin Carmichael

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I love this series! I’m a School Psychologist grad student currently. I have a TON of reading that’s very dry. These books are what I look forward to reading ALL DAY! I’ve devoured them. My mom is now reading them too! I love the way she writes Emma. She’s so smart, strong, and a bada*s. In this story I’m so glad Emma and Pamela made up. We need less fighting over men and more female friendships. I am curious to see how that will evolve. 10/10 I highly recommend these!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Scarolet Ellis

    The Girl Next Door by A.J. Rivers is an awesome story to that I have read. This is book number four in this awesome series that I have loved reading and can not wait to see what this author will write next. I highly recommend this story to everyone who lvoes reading about mystery. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mickey Noel

    I am so hooked on this series! I can't wait to see where this series goes next! This is a well written storyline, with believable characters in extreme circumstances. The suspense keeps building, and the unresolved issues from one book to the next will keep this series alive. Well done! I am so hooked on this series! I can't wait to see where this series goes next! This is a well written storyline, with believable characters in extreme circumstances. The suspense keeps building, and the unresolved issues from one book to the next will keep this series alive. Well done!

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