Hemlock

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HarperCollins, May 8, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 404 pages
36 Reviews

Mackenzie and Amy were best friends. Until Amy was brutally murdered.

Since then, Mac's life has been turned upside down. She is being haunted by Amy in her dreams, and an extremist group called the Trackers has come to Mac's hometown of Hemlock to hunt down Amy's killer:

A white werewolf.

Lupine syndrome—also known as the werewolf virus—is on the rise across the country. Many of the infected try to hide their symptoms, but bloodlust is not easy to control.

Wanting desperately to put an end to her nightmares, Mac decides to investigate Amy's murder herself. She discovers secrets lurking in the shadows of Hemlock, secrets about Amy's boyfriend, Jason, her good pal Kyle, and especially her late best friend. Mac is thrown into a maelstrom of violence and betrayal that puts her life at risk.

Kathleen Peacock's thrilling novel is the first in the Hemlock trilogy, a spellbinding urban fantasy series filled with provocative questions about prejudice, trust, lies, and love.

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And the ending -never saw it coming. - LibraryThing
The plot was unique and intriguing. - LibraryThing
The writing is beautiful and descriptive. - LibraryThing
I loved the characters and crazy plot twists. - LibraryThing
The plot was fairly simple. - LibraryThing
Also, the pacing of the story was spot-on. - LibraryThing

Review: Hemlock (Hemlock #1)

User Review  - Renu - Goodreads

"It was official, my life belonged on the CW." When I first started blogging I loved Paranormal Romance, but my love for it quickly began declining to the point where I rarely ever read it anymore ... Read full review

Review: Hemlock (Hemlock #1)

User Review  - Giselle at Book Nerd Canada - Goodreads

Wow! What an incredible debut novel written by a fellow Canadian! Honestly I wasn't into werewolf themed novels but this one just became my favourite. Maybe the beginning was terribly slow, but I was ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Kathleen Peacock spent most of her teen years writing short stories. She put her writing dreams on hold while attending college but rediscovered them when office life started leaving her with an allergy to cubicles. Thornhill is the sequel to her first novel, Hemlock.

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