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Enjoyed Luckiest Girl Alive? We’ve scoured the web for book blogs and looked at all of their recommendations for books that are similar to Luckiest Girl Alive. Here are 5 books that you may like if you liked Luckiest Girl Alive.

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Deadly Stillwater
A gripping crime thriller (Mac McRyan Mystery Thriller and Suspense Series Book) (McRyan Mystery Series Book 3)
Roger Stelljes - 2014-01-12 (first published in 2009)
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Get ready for a thrilling ride with Deadly Stillwater, a book that explores the darker side of police work. Fourth-generation cop Mac McRyan is at the center of a media storm, political scrutiny, and a complicated brazen kidnapping case that threatens to shake the St. Paul Police Department to its core. Follow the investigation from the searing streets of St. Paul to the murky waters of the St. Croix River in this page-turner that will keep you on edge until the very end.
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Mazie Baby
Julie Frayn - 2014-05-20
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"Explore the chilling reality of spousal abuse in this award-winning novel. Follow the heart-wrenching journey of Mazie as she transforms from a woman who loves being called 'baby' to one who is taunted and controlled by her spouse. This gripping tale is a must-read for fans of horror, suspense, and literary fiction. Winner of multiple awards, including the 2015 Kindle Book Award for Horror/Suspense and the Indie Reader Discovery Award for Literary Fiction. Don't miss out on this powerful and haunting story."
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Where The Broken Lie
Derek Rempfer - 2014-11-11 (first published in 2013)
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Unsolved murder and small-town secrets meet in this gripping novel. When Tucker returns to his hometown to grieve the loss of his son, memories of the unsolved murder of his childhood sweetheart resurface. Despite the crime being blamed on a drifter, Tucker receives anonymous letters hinting at another killer. With themes of faith, fear, love, and loss, this journey shines a spotlight on the scars left behind.
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The Forgotten Girls
Alexa Steele - 2014-08-04
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In a wealthy suburb outside NYC, a dark underbelly hides amidst the mansions and luxurious cars - teenage girls are dying. Detective Bella DeFranco is called in to investigate and finds herself lost in a case with secrets lurking behind fake smiles and suburban dysfunction. With a new partner and a killer on the loose, Bella is determined to save the girls at any cost. But as she delves deeper, the twisted psychosis she uncovers shocks even her.
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The Memory Box
An unputdownable psychological thriller
Eva Lesko Natiello
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In this psychological thriller, a devoted mother's life is turned upside down when she Googles her maiden name and discovers alarming revelations about her past. As she tries to uncover the truth before anyone else does, she becomes trapped in an obsession for control, with startling twists along the way. The Memory Box is a cautionary tale about the dangers of digging too deep into one's past.