Blood Red: Mundy's Landing Book One (Mass Market)
From New York Times bestselling author Wendy Corsi Staub comes the first in a terrifying new series set in a small town with a sinister secret
The razor's gleaming blade slices effortlessly through skin and tendon, and he relishes the final anguished moments of his prey. There's only one thing he prizes more: their long, silken strands of red hair. But these women are merely stand-ins . . . a prelude to his ultimate victim.
Nestled in New York's Hudson Valley, Mundy's Landing is famous for its picturesque setting—and for a century-old string of gruesome unsolved murders. Rowan returned to her hometown years ago, fleeing a momentary mistake that could have destroyed her family. Life is good here. Peaceful. Until an anonymous gift brings Rowan's fears to life again.
The town's violent history was just the beginning. Soon everyone in Mundy's Landing will know that the past cannot be forgotten or forgiven—not until every sin has been paid for, in blood.
USA Today and New York Times bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is the award-winning author of more than seventy novels and has twice been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives in the New York City suburbs with her husband and their two children.
“I loved BLOOD RED…it’s suspenseful and scary. This is a serious winner!” — Alison Gaylin
“Wendy Corsi Staub is a master of the domestic thriller, and BLOOD RED is a perfect example of her mastery. Lock your doors, turn on your porch light, and brace yourself for a deliciously scary novel.” — Tom Savage, author of Mrs. John Doe
“A quiet town’s dark past and a serial killer’s quest for his ideal victim create a perfect storm in Staub’s frothy new thriller.” — Kirkus Reviews
“Elation will be felt knowing Staub is at it again, offering up a new and terrifying series that will have readers wanting more. [...] This book has a terrific plotline that keeps readers guessing up until the last page…” — Suspense Magazine
“Wendy Corsi Staub is indisputably a flawless storyteller...This tense suspense page-turner illustrates Staub is not at the top of her game, but is the game!” —Diane Morasco — Long Island Book Reviews Examiner