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Chevy Stevens


Chevy Stevens grew up on a ranch on Vancouver Island and still calls the island home. For most of her adult life she worked in sales, first as a rep for a giftware company and then as a Realtor. Chevy enjoys writing thrillers that allow her to blend her interest in family dynamics with her love of the west coast lifestyle. When she's not working on her next book, she's hiking with her husband and dog in the local mountains.

Genres: Mystery
Chevy Stevens recommends
The Birdhouse (2011)
Kelly Simmons
"I was hooked from the very first page."
The Winter People (2014)
Jennifer McMahon
"A deliciously terrifying glimpse into a ghostly world that will haunt you long after you've finished the last page. Jennifer McMahon knows how to conjure your darkest fears and nightmares, while entertaining you with a clever, twisty plot that winds around and around, pulling you deep into the forbidden, secret world of The Winter People."
The Killing Lessons (2015)
(Valerie Hart, book 1)
Saul Black
"The Killing Lessons is the best thriller I've read in years. It's so realistic at times that I had to stop and catch my breath. The relationship between these two killers, and the woman who is trying to capture them, is intense and tangible. This is the first book that I've finished, then turned immediately back to page one so I could experience it all over again. It's mind-blowing, terrifying, visceral, disturbing, and gorgeously written and I've been telling everyone I know that they have to pick up this book!"
Follow Me Down (2017)
Sherri Smith
"Clever and remarkable."
Our Little Secret (2017)
Roz Nay
"A clever and addictive read that had me enthralled from the first chapter all the way to the shocking twist that left me breathless. I stayed in bed one lazy afternoon and polished it off, then stared up at my ceiling, stunned that it was over and still half in love with the characters. It’s been a long time since I’ve read a debut this good. Roz Nay is going to be a name we hear a lot of in the future."
The Sisters Chase (2017)
Sarah Healy
"This is the kind of book that you read late into the night, eyes heavy, and wake up thinking about until you've finally finished the last page"
Jar of Hearts (2018)
Jennifer Hillier
"Intense and compelling, Jar of Hearts is a well-written blend of fascinating characters and a deeply layered story, which unwinds with excruciating intensity. This page-turner will grip your imagination until the very last, astonishing twist."
Three Days Missing (2018)
Kimberly Belle
"Kimberly Belle delivers Three Days Missing with a powerful punch and a skillfully twisting plot that flings you headlong into a riveting conclusion that you'll never see coming."
The Line That Held Us (2018)
David Joy
"Somehow David Joy manages to combine man's most savage deeds with such poetic and graceful language that I couldn't turn away from these characters until I'd read all the way to the end...Beautifully gritty, The Line That Held Us won't leave your mind, or your hands, easily."
Not Her Daughter (2018)
Rea Frey
"A cleverly constructed novel that will have you questioning everything you believe about right or wrong."

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