I love to write about murder, mayhem and magic.
The daughter of a local police detective, fifteen-year-old Ryann has spent most of her life studying how to pull off the most gruesome murders her small Colorado town has ever seen.
But killing is only part of it. Ryann enjoys being the reason the cops are frenzied. The one who makes the neighbors lock their doors and windows on a hot summer’s day. The one everyone fears but no one suspects.
Carving out her own murderous legacy proves harder than she predicted. Mistakes start adding up. And with the police getting closer, and her own father becoming suspicious, Ryann has to prove once and for all that she’s smarter than anyone else—or she’ll pay the ultimate price. *warning – some graphic content ~ Pretty Wicked is a mature YA novel intended for ages 16 and up
Praise for Pretty Wicked:
“This creepy novel places you inside the mind of a twisted teen killer, which is even more unsettling because of how familiar and normal she seems. Be prepared to leave the lights on and look at the people around you in a whole new way.”
-Eileen Cook | Author of WITH MALICE
“Mixing moments of dark comedy with glimpses of pure evil, PRETTY WICKED announces the arrival of a talented new voice in the world of YA suspense. Kelly Charron is the real deal, people, and this is one hell of a debut.”
–Owen Laukkanen | Author of THE FORGOTTEN GIRLS
“Dark and haunting, this witty thriller with its petite feminine anti-hero is an American Psycho for teens. Be prepared to sleep with the lights on.”
–Lisa Voisin | Author of THE WATCHER SAGA
“Pretty Wicked is fresh, thrilling, and deeply haunting. I’ve never read anything like it! The story escalates from page one and will leave your pulse pounding as you wonder just how far Ryann will go. 5/5 stars.”
–Tiana Warner | Author of ICE MASSACRE & ICE CRYPT
“It was a really weird feeling, as a reader, to be inside the head of a character like this. It feels wrong. Which was another thing I really enjoyed about this book… I am definitely going to be buying a physical copy of this book to put on my shelf because I loved it! I can’t wait to read more from this author 🙂 I gave this book 5/5 stars!”
-Lauren | Goodreads Reviewer
“I couldn’t put it down, I had to know how it would end! Being the first book of the series, it definitely leaves you wanting more and more. It had me questioning the nature of being born evil or simply becoming evil, but not from the expense of a hard life. 5 stars!”
-Ashley | Goodreads Reviewer
“This book was so completely different than other thrillers. In this book, there was no question of who our murderer is. We were in her mind, which brought this book to a whole new level of outstanding!!!…Thanks so much for allowing me to read this book! It was perfection!!”
-Sara | Goodreads Reviewer
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