Annabel Lee (Coffey & Hill #1): BOOK REVIEW

Annabel Lee: Coffey & Hill Book 1

          By Mike Nappa

On a farm fourteen miles east of Peachtree, Alabama, a secret is hidden–a secret named Annabel Lee. Her uncle’s last words before he hid her away: “Don’t open that door for anybody, you got it? Not even me.”

-Book description

My review:

First thing that catches the eye when you see the cover of this book is the tittle (duh! I guess) because it reminds you of Edgar Allan Poe (obviously) Now, Annabel Lee is a Twelve-year old that’ll make you love her the minute you start reading the first page. She lives with her Uncle Truck at his farm in hiding, for reason you’ll find out soon enough. This is a well written page turner that’ll make you want more. It’s a most read for fans of mystery and thrillers.


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