The rules are as follows: Aiden Bishop will wake up in a different body every day until he can solve the murder of Evelyn Hardcastle. Eight hosts, eight days to find the killer. But there are others like Aiden at Blackheath --- others who wake up day after day trying to solve the mystery as well. Because whoever solves the mystery first can . . .
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 . . .
Neena and Josie have been best friends all through high school. But the summer after graduation is coming to an end, and soon, Neena will be leaving Josie behind to attend college in LA. As a last hurrah, the girls decide to go hiking and camping in the woods for three days. But the further they go into the woods, the higher the tension . . .
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 . . .
Joe is done with big cities. After leaving New York to move to L.A., he’s finally settling down off the coast of Washington on a small, quiet island. He buys a house on the beach and spends his time volunteering three days a week at the local library. That’s where he meets her: Mary Kay DiMarco. She’s a librarian and she is his . . .
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 . . .
In 2018, a New York cop named Barry fails to stop the suicide of a woman claiming to have FMS (False Memory Syndrome). The disease causes people to experience memories of a life they never lived, even though it feels more real than their current life. No one knows how it’s contracted or spread, but when Barry experiences his first . . .
When a beautiful woman wanders into the bookstore where Joe works, he is immediately obsessed with her. He must know her name. He Googles the name on her credit card, and he's in luck: only 1 Guinevere Beck shows up in NYC. Even better, Beck (as her friends call her) has a public Facebook page and a ridiculously active Twitter . . .
Everyone knows about Pine Cottage and the horrors that occurred there over ten years ago. But Quincy Carpenter is the only person alive who was actually there. She is the sole survivor of the Pine Cottage Murders---a final girl, as the media calls her, along with Lisa and Sam, two other sole survivors of their own tragedies. Quincy has tried to . . .