Home Is Where the Bodies Are

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vThree siblings reunite at their childhood home after their mom passes away. The oldest, Beth, was with their mom until the end, caring for her. The middle child, Nicole, is still struggling with addiction and hasn’t been back in a year. The youngest, Michael, hasn’t been back for seven years, not since their dad disappeared. As they go through their mom’s things, they find old home movies and decide to watch one. What they see at the end of one tape will change everything they think they knew about home and their parents. After all, Home is Where the Bodies Are.

I’ve read other Jeneva Rose books and this was probably my least favorite by far. The characters were hard to like and the plot felt very predictable. The end felt a bit anticlimactic. I also thought it was weird to say throughout the whole book that their dad ran out on them when they were all grown adults in their late twenties, early thirties. They weren’t even living together at that point. Overall, I’m sure there will be people who like this, but you should check out the author’s other books.

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Author Jeneva Rose
Star Count 2.5/5
Format Hard
Page Count
Publisher Blackstone Publishing
Publish Date 30-Apr-2024
ISBN 9798212182843 Buy this Book
Issue March 2024
Category Mystery, Crime, Thriller