- Publisher: Fawkes Press
- Editor: Jodi Thompson
- Published: April 7, 2020
There is a way out, if she can find it.
When Amy, a newly single mother, offers to take her daughter anywhere she wants to go for her ninth birthday, Bella chooses a Victorian murder mystery-themed escape room. The idea of paying someone to lock her up makes Amy shudder, but she gives in.
Still suffering with PTSD from the events of the previous year (The Origin of Sin), Amy regrets the decision as soon as the door shuts behind them with an ominous slam. Gruesome two-hundred-year-old crimes and a very present murder must be solved in order to escape.
If you enjoyed Shari Lapena’s An Unwanted Guest or Rachel Howzell Hall’s They All Fall Down, you won’t want to come out of your room until you’ve finished Greta Boris’s The Escape Room.
Praise for The Origin of Sin
Although parts were super creepy and got into my head, the twists and turns, story climax and the ending were all very satisfying, maybe the most satisfying novella I read this year. Don’t be put off by it being a short novel! It’s worth every penny and more. – Emma Bain, Book Reviewer
If you like scary, twisty stories, then this is your book. Well written, and characters that are tantalizing and fun, all rolled tightly into a chilling read. Looking forward to more! – Amazon Reviewer
Praise for The Seven Deadly Sins
A fascinatingly dark and dangerous world. Boris explores the hearts of her characters as she spins a fine story. – Anne Hillerman, author of many New York Times bestselling mysteries.