I feel like I say this every single month, but where the heck did July go? How is it already August? How are we still living in a pandemic? Deep breaths...think of Fall! This is my new mantra, along with plans to read some amazing sounding books! I've yet again created a massive list of … Continue reading August TBR!
THE NIGHT SWIM | Megan Goldin 08.04.2020 | St. Martin’s Press Rating: 4.5/5 stars Rachel Krall is the host of a popular true crime podcast. For season three she has chosen to cover a live trial, which brings her to the town of Neapolis. This small town is at odds over a devastating rape case. … Continue reading Book Review: The Night Swim
SAVING RUBY KING | Catherine Adel West 06.16.2020 | Park Row Rating: 5/5 stars The world always finds a way of coming full circle. When Ruby King’s mother is found murdered in their home on Chicago’s South Side, the police brush the case aside and file it away as another act of violence in a … Continue reading Book Review: Saving Ruby King
BELOVED| Toni Morrison 06.08.04 (First published 09.1987) | Vintage Rating: 5/5 stars Sethe was born a slave. Born into a life where her own mother did not nurse her. Born into a life she knew one day she would need to escape. Eighteen years have passed since the day she decided to run away from … Continue reading Book Review: Beloved
Read: The Shadows by Alex North The Golden Cage by Camilla Lackberg Blood Red City by Rod Reynolds The Bright Lands by John Fram Hinton Hollow Death Trip by Will Carver His & Hers by Alice Feeney Lost Girls by Robert Kolker (🎧) The Wind Through The Keyhole by Stephen King The Big Chill by … Continue reading July Wrap Up!
THE LAST WIFE | Karen Hamilton 07.07.2020 | Graydon House Rating: 4/5 stars Two women. One dying wish. A web of lies that will shatter the lives of many. Nina and Marie met when they were young and have been inseparable since the day they first became friends. When Nina is diagnosed with a terminal … Continue reading Book Review: The Last Wife
THE BIG CHILL | Doug Johnstone (The Skelfs #2) 08.20.2020 | Orenda Books Rating: 4.5/5 stars The Skelf family runs a private investigation company and a funeral home business, which means that their lives are filled with death and dark concerns. Dorothy, Jenny, and Hannah are also constantly meeting trouble and deception with the cases … Continue reading Blog Tour: The Big Chill
THE WIND THROUGH THE KEYHOLE | Stephen King (The Dark Tower #4.5) 12.06.2016 (first published February 2012) | Scribner Rating: 4/5 stars Warning: Potential spoilers ahead Roland Deschain and his ka-tet Jake, Susannah, Eddie, and Oy have returned to their journey toward the Dark Tower. After crossing the River Whye they realize that they will … Continue reading Book Review: The Wind Through The Keyhole
LOST GIRLS | Robert Kolker 05.06.2014 | Harper Perennial Rating: 4/5 stars Investigative reporter, Robert Kolker, has assembled within LOST GIRLS an account of the true-life search for a serial killer who still remains unknown on Long Island. The book is a detailed look into the world of online escorts and the dangers associated with … Continue reading Book Review: Lost Girls
HIS & HERS | Alice Feeney 07.28.2020 | Flatiron Books Rating: 4/5 stars “There are at least two sides to every story: Yours and mine. Ours and theirs. His and hers. Which means someone is always lying.” Anna Andrews has finally gotten to where she wants to be in her career, only to have her … Continue reading Book Review: His & Hers