Book Review: The Listening House

Having surpassed my Goodreads challenge for the year, I'm hoping to spend more time writing during the upcoming fall and winter months. That means I'll have less time for reading, but like any bookworm, I can't resist adding to that TBR list. Today's review is a book written and published in 1938 - something a … Continue reading Book Review: The Listening House

Book Review: The Night She Disappeared

This is the second book I've read by the same title this year, both new releases. Blurb On a beautiful summer night in a charming English suburb, a young woman and her boyfriend disappear after partying at the massive country estate of a new college friend. One year later, a writer moves into a cottage … Continue reading Book Review: The Night She Disappeared

Book Review: A Long Way Home

I'm always curious about strange and unexplained events so when I came across a headline on the Internet that read "True Stories Stranger Than Fiction," I immediately clicked on the link. That's how I discovered the book, A Long Way Home. Blurb At only five years old, Saroo Brierley got lost on a train in … Continue reading Book Review: A Long Way Home

Book Review: Home Before Dark

I’ll be honest. My first introduction to Riley Sager was his newest release Survive The Night which I found lacking in many ways. I was a bit skeptical about reading any of his other books, but I decided to check out Home Before Dark from my local library. Blurb What was it like? Living in … Continue reading Book Review: Home Before Dark

Book Review: The Couple Next Door

Hey, everyone. Time for another Tuesday book review. I keep thinking my reading time will decrease as I spend more time writing, but that hasn't happened yet. Matter of fact, I upped my Goodreads challenge from 35 books to 50 books for the year. (I really need to write but that's another story.) This week's … Continue reading Book Review: The Couple Next Door

Book Review: Finding Riley

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed Rescuing Finley the first book of Dan Walsh's Forever Home series. After reading Mae Clair's reviews of books three and four of that series, I decided to purchase and read the second one. Blurb An unexpected surprise brings the Mitchell family of Savannah a chance to experience the … Continue reading Book Review: Finding Riley

Book Review: The Secrets of Thistle Cottage

I love a good bargain, especially when it comes to books. (If you haven't signed up for BookBub, you really should. Not only can you follow your favorite authors, but you can get email notifications when books in your favorite genres are on sale.) Anyway... I also enjoy a good dual-timeline story. The Secrets of … Continue reading Book Review: The Secrets of Thistle Cottage

Book Review: Rescuing Finley

I've read and enjoyed several of Dan Walsh's books over the years. I purchased Rescuing Finley a few years ago where it sat in my never shrinking TBR pile. I moved it to the top earlier this year and like Dan's other books, it didn't disappoint. Blurb Amy Wallace has made plenty of mistakes in … Continue reading Book Review: Rescuing Finley