Willow Rose writes lots of books; most stories are in the genre horror, suspense, or fantasy. Someone assigned another genre, paranormal romance but I consider that horror even though I have never investigated tales with that designation. I know that her novels are a form of escapism for me because they are always entertaining in some twisted way. To Hell in a Handbasket is dark and entertaining. Twists many times come near the end or in the concluding few pages. With Handbasket, the twist is the very last line and I doubt anyone will see it coming. There are deceptive paragraphs preceding the end that will lead a reader to an erroneous conclusion.