September kicked off a few days ago, but I haven't had a chance to write up a full blog post about my TBR for the month until now. Friends, I think I've done that thing again where I pick way too many books than I'll ever be able to read! Oops! I've checked a few … Continue reading September TBR!
Read: The Guilty Dead by P.J. Tracy #FashionVictim by Amina Akhtar Guess Who by Chris McGeorge Glass Houses by Louise Penny (audiobook) The 7 1/2 Deaths of Evelyn Hardcastle by Stuart Turton The Bus on Thursday by Shirley Barrett Snare by Lilja Sigurdardottir Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough (audiobook) Misery by Stephen King The Lion Tamer … Continue reading September Wrap Up
THE GUILTY DEAD | P.J. Tracy (Monkeewrench #9) 09.11.2018 | Minotaur Books Rating: 4/5 stars Gregory Norwood, a wealthy Minnesota businessman, has been found dead in his home. His body has been found on the one year anniversary of his son’s drug overdose and appears to be a suicide. Detectives Gino and Magozzi are on … Continue reading Book Review: The Guilty Dead
September has finally arrived, which means cooler temperatures have to be on the horizon! Maryland didn't get the memo and the weather is nothing short of steamy here. At least it's Labor Day, which means I'm soaking up a three day weekend. This week I'm planning to read... Kicking off the month of September is … Continue reading Weekly Reads: September 3rd
I can't believe it's the last week of August! Maryland had the most beautiful weather last week and now we're experiencing a heat wave. I just want chillier temperatures and pumpkin spice lattes and blanket scarves already! This week I'm planning to read... This is the week I finish THE STAND! Can you believe it?? … Continue reading Weekly Reads: August 27th
NOTHING STAYS BURIED | P.J. Tracy G.P. Putnam’s Sons | 08.01.2017 Rating: 4/5 stars The Monkeewrench crew is back at it in the 8th installment of this series! Centered around Minneapolis homicide detectives Leo Magozzi and Gino Rolseth, who have been sent to a crime scene in a heavily wooded park, where the scenario feels … Continue reading Book Review: Nothing Stays Buried