Blooding by Charlotte Zang

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The ending entails exposed secrets, a hefty batch of ambiguity, and a gratifying final shock. Nerve-wracking tale proving that nothing is scarier than the unknown.
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A brutal and disturbing murder rocks the quaint college town of Thetford, Vermont and art student Jules finds herself in the thick of it after a string of increasingly odd occurrences. She receives a mysterious business card with only a symbol and a phone number from a crippled old man in a dark alley, finds herself dragged to a prestigious dinner party by her best friend Becca that takes a shockingly dark turn and then sees what she believes to be a lurking figure roaming the streets. If that weren’t enough, more mutilated bodies are discovered. Already on edge, Jules decides to follow in the footsteps of her estranged father by diving head first into investigating the strange events plaguing the seemingly peaceful town. What she begins to uncover is beyond anything her mind could have imagined.
 

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Published November 14, 2017 576 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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The ending entails exposed secrets, a hefty batch of ambiguity, and a gratifying final shock. Nerve-wracking tale proving that nothing is scarier than the unknown.

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