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In the Vines

Family ties so strong you cant escape Mary Olivia Pentecost, known as Mop, was born into one of the wealthiest families in the countryand one of the most guarded. Now, two years after her mothers mysterious death, Mop is seeking closure on the disquieting tragedy by returning to the New England seaside estate of her cloistered Aunty Livonce her closest relative and confidante.But behind the walls of the isolated estate, the shadows of the past are darker than Mop imagined. The puzzles of the family history are not to be shared, but unearthed. With each revelation comes a new, foreboding threatand for Mop, the grave suspicion that to discover Aunty Livs secrets is to become a prisoner of them.How well do we know the people we love? How well do we want to know them? The answers are as twisted as a tangle of vines in this throat-clutching novel of psychological suspense....

Title : In the Vines
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ISBN : 37557485
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 277 pages
Status : Available For Download
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In the Vines Reviews

  • Lorrie McCullers

    I tried 3 times to get into this book, but I just couldn't!

    The premise itself is a good one: a woman dies while staying at her sister's guest house, which results in tearing the family apart. But then all the other plot points come in -- the sister is having an affair, she stalks the wife, there's a lady being kept in a barn... what? There's just too much going on. Combine that with the storyline jumping back and forth between past, recent past, and now and it just makes for a mish-mash that is
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  • Erin *Help I’m Reading and I Can’t Get Up*

    4 stars.

    What the................................................. did I just read?

    This book is not for anyone with high blood pressure. It is not for anyone who wants to think critically about post-traumatic stress, schizophrenia, or any other mental illness. It is not for anyone who has anything to do in the next 10 hours because you will be GLUED to this thing until it's over.

    This book is insane. INSANE. And I really enjoyed it.

  • j e w e l s [Books Bejeweled]

    FIVE FRIGHTENING STARS to the Kindle version with audio--It's FABULOUS!!!!!!!



    Allow me to collect myself. I might need a puff of Albuterol.

    And now, I will be off building a new Hall of Fame shelf. This shelf shall be titled "NOVEL LONG SPASM OF TERROR" and it shall contain this one and only book. With a spotlight shining down on it. And maybe an occasional strobe light. And scary music.

    If Misery and Sharp Objects and Dolores Claiborne all banged into each other, rolled around on a dangerous cli
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  • Lady Delacour

    This Story was Bad.

    This Story was Bad.

    Bad-Bad-Bad-Bad.

    I'm not a Nurse!!!!

    Listened with TTS.

    Not Clean. Violence.

    Overuse of Ugly,

    Crude & Foul Language.

  • Jessica

    Mary Olivia Pentecost, better known as Mop, was born into wealth. Her family hails from old money and lives tucked away on large estates in New England. All of her life Mop has been close to her Aunty Liv. That is until two years ago when her mother mysteriously died at Liv’s estate. The story of her death was that one night in the back cottage where she usually stayed, she fell asleep with a lit cigarette in her hand, which ultimately caused a fire. Waking in a burning down cottage, Mop’s mothe ...more

  • Shannon

    Thanks to Amazon Publishing partner I was gifted In The Vines by Shannon Kirk via Netgalley. Wow! This was such a fun, creepy, crazy read!

    I have a rule. A rule that is pretty stupid on my part but still, my rule. If I can’t read a book within two days, I lose interest 🤷🏻♀ Why am I like this? No clue, just my thing. Well, this gem broke my rule. With life, school, recitals, etc my reading time this week was limited. So, to my surprise I ended this gem on day 4. I could NOT stop! I had to know wh
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  • Julia Davis

    Reviewing books is daunting – not because the writing is hard, but because when you love a book, it’s so hard not to spoil it for everyone else. In the Vines by Shannon Kirk (I am about to read everything else she’s ever written) has without a doubt been my favorite book of the summer...so far. Amazon recommended this book for me, and I hesitate to read Amazon recommendations because I haven’t always had the best luck with that. However, they got it right this time. This story gave me chills as ...more

  • Jan

    Meh...

    The writing style and I just didn't get along too well.

    FRTC