REVIEW: Evil at Heart


Title: Evil at Heart
Author: Chelsea Cain
Finished: February 7, 2010
Pages: 308
Published: 2009
Format: First Edition

The third book in Cheslea Cain’s series is just as intriguing and questionable as the others. Just when I thought I knew what was going on, something changed. I’ve learned never to trust Cain with what she says until she tells you you can … and even then, she might be lying.

This book brings us a couple months after the latest attack, with Archie in a mental facility seeking help and hiding out. His only visitors are his family and Henry – Susan keeps trying but he just won’t let her in.

When a series of murders begin to resemble Gretchen’s previous killings, everyone becomes suspicious that her pact with Archie is no longer valid. With the help of Susan, Archie begins his own quest to find Gretchen and stop her once and for all. Much like the other books, Archie continues to put himself in peril, this time risking Susan’s life as well.

I feel like a fourth book is on the rise and can’t wait to see what happens next.

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