Fear Has An Agenda In Lisa Jackson’s ‘Expecting to Die’ [REVIEW]


The teenagers of Grizzly Falls have more than urban legends to fear with an ominous killer on the loose and the body count on the rise in Lisa Jackson’s Expecting to Die.

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Woods at night In Lisa Jackson’s Expecting to Die, someone is watching teens in the moonlit woods. (Photo by Ryan and Sarah Deeds, Flickr)

In Grizzly Falls, urban legends aren’t just stories told around the campfire to keep children awake at night. Deep in the woods, under the shroud of night, a sinister figure is watching… waiting… ready to kill. In Lisa Jackson’s newest Selena Alvarez/Regan Pescoli novel, Expecting to Die, fear has an agenda and it starts with Big Foot.

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