THE SPLIT | Sharon Bolton 04.28.2020 | Minotaur Books Rating: 3.5/5 stars South Georgia is a remote Antarctic island home to a handful of scientists and a tourist location for only the most adventurous. Felicity Lloyd is one of the resident scientists occupying this island while working on her glacier research. Felicity was more than … Continue reading Book Review: The Split
Month: April 2020
Book Review: Little Secrets
LITTLE SECRETS | Jennifer Hillier 04.21.2020 | Minotaur Books Rating: 5/5 stars Sixteen months ago Marin’s world was turned upside down when her four-year-old son Sebastian was abducted while out Christmas shopping. The case never provided any solid leads as to what might have happened to her son. Marin feels as if she is unable … Continue reading Book Review: Little Secrets
Book Review: Master Class
MASTER CLASS | Christina Dalcher 04.21.2020 | Berkley Rating: 5/5 stars The potential of your child is no longer based solely on how they are able to perform in school. A new standardized measure, referred to as the Q score, has become the ruling standard across schools and society. Children are regularly tested and rated, … Continue reading Book Review: Master Class
Book Review: The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires
THE SOUTHERN BOOK CLUB’S GUIDE TO SLAYING VAMPIRES | Grady Hendrix 04.07.2020 | Quirk Books Rating: 5/5 stars Patricia Campbell has always wanted a big life, but ended up giving up her nursing career in order to marry an ambitious doctor and become a mother. She now finds herself living a life that feels small. … Continue reading Book Review: The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Slaying Vampires
Book Review: The Guest List
THE GUEST LIST | Lucy Foley 05.05.2020 | William Morrow 5/5 stars Guests have gathered on an island off the coast of Ireland to celebrate the wedding of Will and Jules. Will is the handsome and charming, up and coming television star. Jules is the smart and ambitious online magazine publisher. Together they have had … Continue reading Book Review: The Guest List
Book Review: The Only Good Indians
THE ONLY GOOD INDIANS | Stephen Graham Jones 05.19.2020 | Gallery/Saga Press Rating: 3/5 stars Four American Indian men took part in a traumatic and disturbing event during their youth, that to this day seems to linger in their minds. Each man has found their own way to deal with the feelings associated with this … Continue reading Book Review: The Only Good Indians
Blog Tour: Sister
SISTER | Kjell Ola Dahl (Oslo Detectives #9) 04.30.2020 | Orenda Books Rating: 4/5 stars Detective Frolich has been suspended from duty on the Oslo police force. Since he’s departure as a police officer, he has started his own private investigation business. Frolich’s girlfriend has a case for him, as her co-worker desperately wants to … Continue reading Blog Tour: Sister
March Wrap Up!
Read: Deep Dark Night by Steph Broadribb The Only Child by Mi-ae Seo (🎧) Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson Containment by Vanda Symon Revolver Road by Christi Daugherty Wizard and Glass by Stephen King (🎧) The Good Nurse by Charles Graeber (🎧) Darling Rose Gold by Stephanie Wrobel Bind, Torture, Kill by Roy Wenzl … Continue reading March Wrap Up!
Book Review: The Dark Corners of the Night
THE DARK CORNERS OF THE NIGHT | Meg Gardiner (UNSUB #3) 02.18.2020 | Blackstone Publishing Rating: 5/5 stars The Midnight Man is hunting. He appears in the darkness like a ghost inside your house before you even have a chance to brush the sleep from your eyes. He’s hunting parents and leaving behind children to … Continue reading Book Review: The Dark Corners of the Night
The world is a crazy place right now and my reading life has definitely needed an adjustment. When everything with coronavirus truly started hit the United States in the second half of March I stopped reading at my typically frequency. The activity that I love and do to escape from reality stopped being a comfort. … Continue reading April TBR!