Don’t Go Down There by Kiersten Modglin
Published: February 28, 2023
Genre: Psychological Thriller
KKECReads Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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Kiersten Modglin is an Amazon Top 10 bestselling author of psychological thrillers and a member of International Thriller Writers, Novelists, Inc., and the Alliance of Independent Authors. Kiersten is a KDP Select All-Star and a recipient of ThrillerFix’s Best Psychological Thriller Award, Suspense Magazine’s Best Book of 2021 Award, a 2022 Silver Falchion for Best Suspense, and a 2022 Silver Falchion for Best Overall Book of 2021. She grew up in rural western Kentucky and later relocated to Nashville, Tennessee, where she now lives with her husband, daughter, and their two Boston terriers: Cedric and Georgie. Kiersten’s work is currently being translated into multiple languages, and readers across the world refer to her as ‘The Queen of Twists.’ A Netflix addict, Shonda Rhimes superfan, psychology fanatic, and indoor enthusiast, Kiersten enjoys rainy days spent with her nose in a book.
“Something is wrong.”
Andi comes home early and can tell something is wrong. She can’t find her husband, Spencer, and starts to panic. Then she hears a noise in the basement.
HOLY CRUD ON A CRACKER. This was insane. I loved the pacing of this book. I was grabbed from the first sentence and held captive until the last sentence.
Andi is a devoted wife and mother. She adores her family. So when her husband confesses something awful, she shoves her feelings aside and agrees to do whatever he needs her to do.
The twists in this book are aggressive. And when this house of cards starts to crumble, there is nowhere to hide. The truth strikes fast and hard, repeatedly.
This might be the most devious I’ve ever seen KMod. This story is dark, dirty, and twisted. It delves deep into the human psyche and makes you question everything.
This was an intense read. Once I started, I couldn’t stop. It is impossible to put this book down, even for a second. Things happen so quickly, and the whiplash doesn’t stop until the very end.
This is most definitely the year of dark thrillers for KMOd. She is taking her writing to an entirely new level, and if this is the kind of result, I am all in.
How far would you go to protect your family?