It's Jill's senior year, which means she's finally at the top of the Players, an elite group of students that run Gold Coast Prep. To get in, you have to be selected during your freshman year and successfully complete a series of sorority/fraternity-like challenges, all leading up to initiation night. During Jill's freshman year, one of them died that . . .
Lynette is a real life "final girl." For years she has attended a support group with women like her, others who have survived their own massacres years prior. Each of them has coped with the trauma in their own ways. Heather turned to drugs, Adrienne to self-help. Lynette became paranoid. She learned as much self-defense as . . .
After spending ten years in prison for murder, Oliver is finally free. The man who put him there, Detective Colborne, is retiring -- but before he does, he wants to know the truth: is Oliver truly guilty? What's the real story? Oliver is finally ready to tell it, so he takes Detective Colborne back to 1997, to Dellecher Classical Conservatory. There, Oliver is one of . . .
Stevie has just solved the infamous cold case at her high school from 1936, along with a few other murders that happened around her during the investigation. Now she’s back home working a crappy summer job and missing her friends. So when she gets an email from someone who wants to make a podcast about the Box in the Woods murders . . .
Moving to Echo Ridge their senior year was not what twin siblings Ellery and Ezra were expecting. With their mom in rehab, their only other known family member to take care of them is their nana. Ellery and Ezra have never been to Echo Ridge before, but they know plenty about it. Their aunt went missing there at seventeen, never to . . .
Lizzie Bennet wants desperately to work for her father’s law firm. Though she assists in proofreading and organizing, she wants instead to solve crimes and actually receive credit for her work, instead of the glory falling upon the dreadful Mr. Collins, who is set to inherit when her father steps down. Mr. Bennet strikes a deal with Lizzie: if she can prove to him that she can . . .
Milly, Aubrey, and Jonah Story are cousins, but they hardly know one another. They are the grandchildren of the rich, reclusive woman who basically owns Gull Cove Island, but they've never even met her. The cousins' parents were disinherited over twenty years ago, but for what, they don't know---or won't . . .
As long as Margot can remember, it's just been her and her mother. No other family her mother will tell her about. No history. No questions asked. Their relationship is strained, to say the least. Margot wants more than what her mother has given her. So when she finds a clue that may lead her to some answers, she . . .
Since Simon died last year, a ton of copycat gossip apps have popped up at Bayview High. But none have been as successful as About That. With Simon gone, the gossip mill has run dry. Until a texted-based Truth or Dare game starts. And students at Bayview High are once again the targets. Phoebe is up first—and when . . .
Five teens, who couldn’t be more different from one another, wind up together in detention: Nate, the drug dealer who’s on probation; Bronwyn, the future valedictorian; Cooper, Bayview High’s star baseball pitcher; Addie, the popular girl with the popular boyfriend; and Simon, the creator of Bayview’s notorious gossip app, where he spills the secrets of all his classmates, sometimes . . .