Exposure by Brandilyn Collins is a wonderful, page-turner. It has all the trademarks of her suspense. Tight plot. Every word pulls its weight. And the multiple plotlines come together with amazing twists at the end.
Kaycee Raye is being stalked. The only problem is that she's known for her fears, so the police are reluctant to believe her when strange, scary things begin happening. While Kaycee is the star, there are multiple plots happening. And Brandilyn is the queen of hooks. She makes it impossible to put the book down, because as soon as she reaches a point of high tension, she turns to another plot.
By the way, my mom's visiting as I write this review and she called this book brilliant. She's absolutely right. If you can handle suspense at all, you have to read this one. It's incredibly well-written, and I'm not kidding when I say there is much of Brandilyn's style that I admire and hope to be able to emulate in my own way someday.
Someday I hope I write with the style and plotting Brandilyn uses so well. If you love suspense, you have to get this book -- but here's your fair warning, make sure you have a full day to read it.
By Brandilyn Collins
Everybody knows newspaper columnist Kaycee Raye is a little crazy. So why should anybody believe her when she says she's being watched? Kaycee has no proof of her suspicion---evidence mysteriously disappears before the police can investigate! Is she going over the edge? Or is she being pushed? A story of suspense---and desperate faith. 352 pages, softcover from Zondervan.