Erasing Ramona

Erasing Ramona Twenty seven year old Miranda Burgess hasn t seen her hometown since she awoke inside a strange house and discovered six dead bodies including that of her boyfriend With no memory of the prior drug f

  • Title: Erasing Ramona
  • Author: Peggy Rothschild
  • ISBN: 9781512013580
  • Page: 274
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twenty seven year old Miranda Burgess hasn t seen her hometown since she awoke inside a strange house and discovered six dead bodies, including that of her boyfriend With no memory of the prior drug fueled night or who committed the murders, Miranda panicked and fled to L.A where she changed her name and made a fresh start Though hiding her identity and lying about theTwenty seven year old Miranda Burgess hasn t seen her hometown since she awoke inside a strange house and discovered six dead bodies, including that of her boyfriend With no memory of the prior drug fueled night or who committed the murders, Miranda panicked and fled to L.A where she changed her name and made a fresh start Though hiding her identity and lying about the past have kept her safe for the last ten years, the nightmares haven t stopped When her father dies suddenly, Miranda returns home to Mill Valley to say her goodbyes and look for answers If she succeeds in digging out the truth about that long ago night, Miranda may finally be able to stop hiding and build a new life Too bad the killer has other plans
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    • Lashaan Balasingam (Bookidote) says:

      Don’t we all have that period in our lives that we hope to never, ever remember about. Right there. That very thing you just thought about. We all wish with all our heart that the events will slowly fade away into billions of untraceable particles in our atmosphere. It just so happens that it isn’t that easy. Even more unlikely once your every day life throws sly clues at you. Clues that just force you to relive the very things you want to forget. But what happens when the past catches up to [...]

    • Michael Lynes says:

      “Erasing Ramona” by Peggy Rothschild is a well-written novel. I picked up this story as it was the ‘book of the week’ in an online book club I am a member of. I was at first quite unsure of the genre that this tale might fall into but the cover was interesting and intrigued me. In my humble opinion this work would best fit into the Amateur/Accidental Sleuth-Thriller genre with the MC being both the focal point of all of the action as well as told completely from the first person POV. All [...]

    • Carrie Terrell says:

      Have you ever had one of those recurring nightmares that no matter what you do you just can't shake it? After waking up from a party that Miranda (nicknamed Ramona by her boyfriend) can't remember, to dead people she doesn't know, and finding her boyfriend's head and hands chopped off, Miranda runs as far away as she can to escape who or what did this, and why is she the only survivor? Since she can't remember the evening, did she do this? Where can she run to? Home is out of the question since [...]

    • Kim Shoesmith says:

      Thank you to the author, and , for the opportunity of reading this book in return for an honest opinion and review.When I started this book I didn't think it was going to be quite my cup of tea. But how wrong can you be!! It had be hooked from about the 15 page or so, and I just couldn't put it down. The only reason it took me this long to finish it,ins that I was on holiday and off on a couple of excursions. It is really well written, and although some of the events seem a little hard to believ [...]

    • Ashley says:

      I received a complimentary copy of this book in return for a thoughtful and honest review. This is the interesting tale of Miranda, or is it Suzy, or is it Ramona? Whoever she is, when we meet her she has just woken up in one of the worst nightmares a person could wake up to. Fast forward to about a decade later. She thought she had been keeping the memories at bay until she suddenly must go home to her father’s funeral. In her hometown, she finds out much more than she thought she would. In f [...]

    • Judith says:

      I was fortunate enough to receive a copy of this book from Peggy. At first I was sceptical if it was a book I would like but I was proved wrong. I found the book gripping from the start. Miranda the main character left her home town after a particularly harrowing experience and hadn't been back for 10 years. After the death of her father she returns for his funeral only to face her worst nightmare and during this time she starts to discover her true identity.Miranda has to delve in to her past t [...]

    • Marla Bradeen says:

      ERASING RAMONA is a great mystery thriller. The story starts off with a bang, and the action never lets up until the final, satisfying end. Rothschild's writing is fantastic, and she does an excellent job keeping emotions running high.As the story progresses, I found myself just as hungry for answers as the heroine, who ends up in more than one tricky situation. She's not perfect, and she has a past she's worked hard to move away from. Her circumstances are something you can imagine happening to [...]

    • Maggie Thom says:

      This is a well written mystery-thriller. It’s one of those stories where you feel like you are right their with the main character reliving her journey through her past and how she got to where she currently is. Ramona woke to find several people dead and no idea how that happened, so she ran… for ten years. It was easy to connect with her and to understand her poor choices, feel her heart-wrenching moments and her pain – emotional, mental, physical. It’s a story that you could have read [...]

    • Joanie Chevalier says:

      This was a good story with a great thrilling mystery at the beginning, conflict in the middle and a happy ending. I didn't totally LOVE it like some readers but it did keep my interest. What was interesting to me was the dynamics between mother and daughter when Miranda had to go back home for her father's funeral. The author introduces us to Miranda's cold and heartless controlling mother. When Miranda finds out later that her mother is a fake, the facade her mother tried to keep up of a person [...]

    • Zanna Johns says:

      I enjoyed this book and couldn’t wait to see how Ramona’s story ended. The plot grabs you from the very beginning. The characters were interesting. Author did a great job providing the back story for Ramona, as well as for the other main characters. I like that the story was set in the 1990s, and Ramona couldn’t solve her problems or get answers to questions by simply whipping out her cell phone. The story keeps you guessing and has just the right amount of twists and turns. I would defini [...]

    • Terry Marchion says:

      A good bookI was drawn into this mystery from the first few pages. The flash backs helped to not only help learn about the character, but made me want to continue on so I could find out what actually happened to her ten years ago. My only gripe, which is minor, is that some of the side characters are a little two dimensional. Other than that, I liked it.

    • Rose says:

      Absolutely gripping! On one hand, you have a decade old mass murder mystery that slowly unfolds, and on the other hand, there is a non-stop suspense chase that keeps you one the edge of your seat. I loved the way this went back and forth from mysterious flashbacks to present day dilemma. This was a wonderfully woven tale that doesn't quit until the very last page

    • Judee says:

      What a thriller! This tale tells an excruciating adventure that is sometimes hard to read but a real page turner. I liked the writing style very much. The unfolding mystery was very well done. I will looks for more of this author,s work. The only thing I found lacking was a bit of humor to take the edge off all the excitement.

    • Tracey Taylor says:

      Thanks to and their competition I was able to read this book.A story that would appeal to ages 15 up.The story is well written with characters that engage you.If you like twists in stories then this one is for you.

    • Roxanne says:

      win. This book is about Ramona and she left town and changed her identity since she awoke and found dead bodies and no memory of what happened. After her father dies she had to come back and look for answers but the killer is still trying to get her.

    • Nicole O'Connor says:

      Blood-thirsty descriptions, but a gripping tale that held my attention from start to finish. It contained several twists and turns that took me by surprise. I am willing to read more from this author.

    • Stephen says:

      I won this book on !A well-written and engaging mystery. The opening chapter is a grabber. Unfolds at a nice pace. Twists and turns. Action. A satisfying resolution.

    • Angela Kalnins says:

      Erasing RamonaBy: Peggy RothschildTHIS is an extremely well-written tale. For me, it hits all the marks. It’s a murder mystery, a horror story, a survivalist’s narrative and a family drama (plus much more) all wrapped up together in one book. It grabbed me, right from the start. Suzy a.k.a. Ramona, a.k.a. Miranda gets word that her father has passed away and she desperately wants to go home to attend his funeral. The question is: will it be safe to go home?There are so many reasons why this [...]

    • Susan McGrath says:

      I received this book for free through a Giveaway.I'm going to go against the general trend of reviews for this book. I did not love it. The premise was interesting, so I went into the book wanting to love it.The issue for me was setting. This book is set in the mid '90s, with many flashbacks to the mid '80s. As a reader, if a book is set in the past, I need the time period to become a character in the story. It needs to be richly drawn, really put me in the past.I did not feel that with this st [...]

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