KELLEY ARMSTRONG is the internationally bestselling author of the thirteen-book Women of the Otherworld series, the Nadia Stafford crime novels and her new series set in the fictional town of Cainsville, Illinois, which so far includes the novels Omens, Visions and Deceptions. She is also the author of the hit e-serialized crime novel City of the Lost, three bestselling young adult trilogies, and the stand-alone YA suspense thriller, The Masked Truth. Her Otherworld characters have also inspired the hit TV series Bitten. She lives in rural Ontario.
"Kelley Armstrong sure knows how to spin a yarn. . . .
Betrayals, Armstrong's best book yet, is the fourth
novel set in the otherworldly town of Cainsville. . . . Along with
the supernatural, Armstrong knows her ratiocination." -The Globe
Praise for Kelley Armstrong's Cainsville series:
"Impossible-to-put-down. . . . Bring on the next Cainsville volume, please." -Sarah Weinman
"[Kelley Armstrong's] dispatches from this village filled with sinister secrets are going to be keeping her readers up well into the night." -Linwood Barclay
"Kelley Armstrong has paranormal elements in her classic mysteries but there are no ghouls, ghosts, werewolves or fairies and that's why readers who loathe crossovers will love this series. [Deceptions is] smart, cleverly plotted and really well written and you don't have to ignore the vampires to get to the good stuff." -Margaret Cannon, The Globe and Mail
"Sometimes big, bad things really do come in small packages and no one is more adept at unwrapping them than she, making Deceptions a paranormal tale beautifully written and told." -Providence Journal
"I am not a fan of mysteries that cross over into other genres, and I don't like books that begin with infant narrators. So when I tell you that, despite that, Omens kept me reading on, you can bet it's a good book. . . . A clever whodunit with some very nice twists and the fantasy actually works." -Margaret Cannon, The Globe and Mail
"Armstrong creates heroines who are smart and strong, but with real weaknesses and vulnerabilities. They may be wrapped up in the supernatural, but they are realistic and relatable." -Joanne Kelly, Winnipeg Free Press
"One of the best new series debuts this year! With its compelling characters and completely original set-up, Omens delivers a powerful combination of suspenseful thrills and supernatural chills. I can't wait to read more!" -Lisa Gardner, New York Times bestselling author of Touch & Go
"Like the creepy, spooky town of Cainsville, Kelley Armstrong's Omens lured me in. I was busy, way too busy for this book, which, through a series of surprises and sleights of hand, had me conspiring for ways to get back to the gripping story, the colorfully bizarre cast of characters, and the clever, strong, smart heroine at its center. Don't pick this book up if you have anything else to do. It will grab you by the collar and won't let you up for air until it's good and ready. And once you're done, you won't soon forget it." -Lisa Unger, New York Times bestselling author of In the Blood