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Lacey Campbell dreams murders before they happen.

The night she dreams of a man strangling a young woman while crooning the lullaby “Hush, Little Baby,” she tries to convince herself it doesn’t mean anything. The next day she’s horrified to learn her dream was reality. Then she dreams the second murder….

Detective Ford Jamison is called in to help the local police, and he soon has a working theory about the murders. His belief that the killer is using the lullaby as a “blueprint” to target women who resemble Lacey, doesn’t slow the killings. Lacey is now afraid to fall asleep at night because the next face she sees in her dream might be her own.

As a hurricane churns ever closer to the little coastal town, danger and suspicion spins out of control. Time is running out. Can they stop the killer before the last verse of the lullaby?


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  • 5
    Lots of layers in this story

    Posted by Cindy Huff on Nov 12th 2019

    Hush by Leann Sain is a cleverly crafted suspense that grabs the reader from page one. Her descriptions drew me through the story anxious to see the serial killer discovered. At one point I think I actually said out loud, “I did not see that coming.” Sain adding an extra layer to Lacey’s character as a caregiver for her mother who suffers from Alzheimer. I could so relate to her struggle which made the story even more fascinating for me. That dynamic add additional angst and a few surprises to the already emotional high of the story. The romance thread helped lighten the otherwise dark storyline. Thrillers are not my genre of choice, so I was very pleased that I enjoyed it. I’ll be looking for more books by Sain. I was given an ARC copy with no expectation of a good review.