Monster in the Closet by Karen Rose

Monster in the Closet

The Sunday Times bestselling author of Every Dark Corner returns with an exclusive novel celebrating ten years of Karen Rose's thrillers in the UK. MONSTER IN THE CLOSET reunites readers with characters from Karen Rose's bestselling Baltimore series.A mother is dead, and now her killer hunts the child that witnessed the brutal crime...Private Investigator Clay Maynard loca...

Title:Monster in the Closet
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ISBN:0399586768
Edition Language:English
Number of Pages:498 pages

Monster in the Closet Reviews

  • Sabrina

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    It's been way too long since I've read a Karen Rose book and I've missed these characters. There were a lot of new faces that I can't wait to go back and meet in their own books, but there was also a lot of older characters that I loved getting to see again. I definitely won't be getting behind on this series again after this.

    This book follows Taylor, Clay Maynard's long lost daughter, on her mission to meet and get to know her father. Along the way though she picks up

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    It's been way too long since I've read a Karen Rose book and I've missed these characters. There were a lot of new faces that I can't wait to go back and meet in their own books, but there was also a lot of older characters that I loved getting to see again. I definitely won't be getting behind on this series again after this.

    This book follows Taylor, Clay Maynard's long lost daughter, on her mission to meet and get to know her father. Along the way though she picks up the interest of a killer and will need the help of her new friends to survive.

    Reading a KR book brings me back to when I first got into reading and her books were actually one of the first that I ever sat down and read in one sitting. This book was no different than the usual Karen Rose flare that I was expecting and I loved all of it. There was the perfect amount of suspense that kept me on the edge of my seat, along with that sweetness of romance between Taylor and Ford.

    The bottom line is that this is one of my favorite authors and I love her ability to completely captivate me in her stories. I definitely recommend, not only this book, but all of her books if you're a fan of Romance Suspense.

  • Pauline

    Although I have read Karen Rose books before I have never read any of this Romantic Suspense series and therefor did not know any of the characters from the other books in this series. However The Monster in the Closet can be read as a stand alone novel. I enjoyed reading this book, there were lots of different sub plots that kept me interested. I would like to thank NetGalley for my e-copy in exchange for an honest review.

  • Dianne

    We all know monsters are not in the closet, or they shouldn’t be, but for one young girl, that monster was very real and very deadly and all she could do was hide until he left. Jazzie faced a nightmare beyond imagining. She spent hours alone in her ruined apartment, her brutally murdered mother’s body just inches from her and she will never tell what she saw because somehow she knows he will know and come for her, too.

    Her complete silence make Jazzie a candidate for Healing Hearts with Horses a

    We all know monsters are not in the closet, or they shouldn’t be, but for one young girl, that monster was very real and very deadly and all she could do was hide until he left. Jazzie faced a nightmare beyond imagining. She spent hours alone in her ruined apartment, her brutally murdered mother’s body just inches from her and she will never tell what she saw because somehow she knows he will know and come for her, too.

    Her complete silence make Jazzie a candidate for Healing Hearts with Horses and there she connects with new intern, Taylor Dawson. Is it because they both are keeping secrets? Is it because they both know there ARE monsters in the closet that can become real-life monsters?

    As Jazzie runs from her monster, Taylor has vowed to get to know the man who haunted her life, the man her mother called a monster, her father. What Taylor finds means her entire life was a lie, but for Jazzie, her monster is real and coming for her and anyone she may have opened up to. Taylor has slain one monster by getting to know who her father really is, but now she is in the crosshairs of Jazzie’s monster, whose gun is very real…

    Karen Rose’s

    is a web of turmoil, lives crossing paths and buried truths revealed as one young girl with the wisdom of a sage and the terror of a child traumatized becomes the focus of a murder investigation because only she knows what really happened and she isn’t talking. Meanwhile, one young woman will battle her own demons to finally face the truth of who her own monster really was.

    Edgy, intense and emotionally charged, there is a common thread that binds the many characters in this tale and Karen Rose keeps the tension high and the danger chilling. I was caught up in the drama, the suspense and the lives that were touched by a monster.

    I received an ARC edition from Berkley in exchange for my honest review.

    Series: Romantic Suspense - Book 19

    Publisher: Berkley (August 29, 2017)

    Publication Date: August 29, 2017

    Genre: Suspense

    Print Length: 512 pages

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