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
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!
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!
BIND, TORTURE, KILL | Roy Wenzl 05.27.2008 | Harper Rating: 4/5 stars For thirty-one years, a monster was allowed to roam the streets of Wichita, Kansas. A serial killer calling himself “BTK”, standing for “bind, torture, kill” was known for slaughtering men, women, and children. He had the ability to effortlessly enter homes and kill … Continue reading Book Review: Bind, Torture, Kill
A GOOD GIRL’S GUIDE TO MURDER | Holly Jackson (A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder #1) 02.04.2020 | Delacorte Press Rating: 5/5 stars Pip Fitz-Amobi is known for being a perfectionist at school. Everyone is surprised when for her senior capstone project she decides to look into a local murder case. There is something about … Continue reading Book Review: A Good Girl’s Guide to Murder
THE GOOD NURSE | Charles Graeber 07.29.2014 | Hachette Rating; 4/5 stars Registered nurse Charlie Cullen was arrested in December 2003 and quickly dubbed “The Angel of Death” by the media. Cullen was not a mercy killer however, he chose to take his victims without any rhyme or reason, often simply choosing the easiest target … Continue reading Book Review: The Good Nurse
MEXICO STREET | Simone Buchholz (Chas Riley #8) 03.05.2020 | Orenda Books Rating: 4/5 stars Each night across the city of Hamburg cars are being set on fire with no pattern, no explanation, and no suspect. One night, on Mexico Street, police find much more than just a burning car. In a ghetto of high-rises … Continue reading Blog Tour: Mexico Street
DARLING ROSE GOLD | Stephanie Wrobel 03.17.2020 | Berkley Rating: 4/5 stars For the first eighteen years of her life, Rose Gold Watts believed that she was seriously ill. She was allergic to practically everything, used a wheelchair, and visited the hospital on a regular basis. Rose Gold’s community came together to support her when … Continue reading Book Review: Darling Rose Gold
WIZARD and GLASS | Stephen King (The Dark Tower #4) 05.03.2016 (first published November 1997) | Scribner Rating: 3/5 stars Warning: Potential series spoilers ahead Our Ka-tet of Roland, Eddie, Susannah, Jake, and Oy have survived Blaine the Mono’s final crash. They find themselves stranded in an alternate version of Topeka, Kansas, where a superflu … Continue reading Book Review: Wizard and Glass