WOW. I am always a sucker for psychological thrillers and “Emma in the Night,” by Wendy Walker really delivered. When two teenage sisters go missing one night, only to have one sister return three years later, an unpredictable and dark story unfolds. Switching perspectives from Dr. Abby Walker, a forensic psychologist and Cass the returned… Continue reading Emma in the Night
I hate to write about books that I don’t love because I don’t want to discourage people and my reviews usually end up as rants. Nonetheless, this book was just not for me. It was a dark and twisted story with far too many characters to keep track of. I did not care for this… Continue reading Into the Water
Another knockout from Book of the Month club! And another nonfiction surprisingly! Wow, I cannot say enough good things about this book. Utterly heartbreaking, but completely engrossing. I could not put this book down. If you are a history nerd like me, you’ll particularly enjoy the historical background bit about the birth of the FBI… Continue reading Killers of the Flower Moon
Way to go Book of the Month on this great pick. I usually stick to fiction but thought this sounded intriguing. As an introvert, I definitely can sympathize with someone wanting to escape and needing to be away from people. This book unravels Christopher Knight’s decision to go live as a hermit in the woods… Continue reading The Stranger in the Woods
Now I did not read Fiona Barton’s “The Widow,” but I did receive a copy via Goodreads for “The Child.” This thriller is a little slow and I am sure most people will see the twist as predictable but I thought it was well done. If you liked “The Widow,” or if you just need… Continue reading The Child
I really don’t like to put bad reviews up here…but seriously WTF. The ending came out of NO WHERE and was completely out of context of the book. Did not care for this one. What did you guys think??
I won a copy of this on Instagram and couldn’t wait to read it. Thankfully, I was not disappointed! Brilliantly told backwards, the compelling story had a few twists and turns that I didn’t quite see coming. If you like a good mystery, with a unique storyline this is for you. Added bonus: Megan Miranda is… Continue reading All the Missing Girls