The Girl in the Mirror

A Sarah Greene Supernatural Mystery (Sarah Greene Mysteries Book 1)

Fiction - Supernatural
368 Pages
Reviewed on 03/30/2019
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Author Biography

Steven Ramirez is the author of The Girl in the Mirror, the first novel in a new supernatural suspense series, SARAH GREENE MYSTERIES. He wrote the acclaimed horror thriller series TELL ME WHEN I’M DEAD. A former screenwriter responsible for the funny, bloody, and action-packed movie Killers, he has also published Chainsaw Honeymoon, a romantic comedy, and Come As You Are, a horror collection. Steven lives in Los Angeles. He enjoys Mike and Ikes with his Iced Caffè Americano, doesn’t sleep on planes, and wishes Europe were closer.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Anne-Marie Reynolds for Readers' Favorite

The Girl in the Mirror by Steven Ramirez is Book One in the Sarah Greene Mysteries Series. Sarah Greene started seeing ghosts when her best friend died. Now she sees her friend’s ghost as a warning that something is about to happen. When she starts a renovation project on an old house with her ex-husband, they find a mirror. In that mirror, Sarah sees a dead girl and, wanting to help her, she researches the house. What she finds out sets in a motion a chain of events that awaken old dark forces that threaten harm. Strangers in town, demon-worshipers, and dead girls – can Sarah solve the mystery unharmed?

The Girl In The Mirror: Sarah Greene Mysteries Book One by Steven Ramirez is a spooky, supernatural thriller. The first page drew me into the story and kept me there until the end, with the suspense building on each page. Each of the main characters has been very well developed throughout the story, but I suspect that we will learn more about them in future books in the series. This is a well-paced story, with plenty of action and a great plot with lots of twists and turns that keep you hooked on the story. There are two stories running concurrently – the supernatural mystery and the on-again-off-again romantic thread between two of the main characters – creating even more tension in the plot and another point of interest. My only complaint about this story was that it seemed to end very quickly but there is a definite lead into book 2 in the series. I'm looking forward to reading it.