April Book Reviews Part Two

Hey, everyone. I posted the first part of my April reviews last week. If you missed that post, you can find it here. Now for the second half. Means to Deceive ★★★★★ This was my first time reading anything by author Alex Craigie. I'm glad I did. If I had to summarize this book in... Continue Reading →

April Book Reviews Part One

Wow! We've almost reached the month of May. I read several books during the month of April, so like last month, I'm splitting my reviews into two posts. Here's part one. Mercy Falls ★★★ Many of you know I've gotten hooked on the Cork O'Connor series. I actually finished reading Mercy Falls in March, but... Continue Reading →

February Book Reviews

Happy first day of March. I don't know about you, but I'm happy spring is just around the corner. With a new month, it's time to post reviews for the books I read in February. I'm averaging about one book a week so I'm right on track with my reading goals this year. Last week,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Greenwich Park

It's Tuesday, so that means it's time for another book review. I read this back in July and had originally scheduled this post for early next year since the book releases on January 4, 2022. However, I decided to go ahead and post my review. Blurb Helen’s idyllic life—handsome architect husband, gorgeous Victorian house, and... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Reckless Girls

Several years ago, I read Vincent Bugliosi’s And The Sea Will Tell, the true story about two couples who sailed to a deserted island in the Pacific. Only one couple came back alive. I was reminded of that book when a friend recommended Reckless Girls. After reading her review, I immediately snatched up an ARC.... Continue Reading →

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: Small Bones

Hey, everyone. I joined Net Galley a few years ago, but until recently hadn't taken advantage of requesting many books until now. Blurb If you can’t trust your father and you can’t trust the police, who can you trust Sue Hearn is planting a herb garden on the site of her grandfather’s old greenhouse. She’s... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Dark Hollows

Hey, everyone. I've been working toward wheedling down my TBR list. Okay, so that's laughable, but I've only purchased six books this month. (So far.) We won't talk about my Net Galley list. Anyhow, I've had Dark Hollows sitting on my Kindle for a year, so the time to read it was long overdue. Blurb... Continue Reading →

Book Review: She Lies Alone #PsychologicalFiction

Hey, everyone. As I said in an earlier book review, psychological fiction is fast becoming my favorite genre. I recently finished my third novel by author Laura Wolfe, and I can't wait for her next release. https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B08HNJNBX6&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_V8J01GRKK3596J1R06S0 Blurb News spreads fast. Gossip spreads faster. Deadly secrets spread fastest of all.Jane Bryson obeys the rules. A... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Her Dark Lies

Hey, everyone. Lately, I've been on a spree of reading psychological thrillers. The latest is J. T. Ellison's Her Dark Lies. https://read.amazon.com/kp/card?asin=B082P4FZRK&preview=inline&linkCode=kpe&ref_=cm_sw_r_kb_dp_B2W40YK0GW3B8AS0B566 Blurb Jutting from sparkling turquoise waters off the Italian coast, Isle Isola is an idyllic setting for a wedding. In the majestic cliff-top villa owned by the wealthy Compton family, up-and-coming artist Claire... Continue Reading →

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