I love a good murder, but could I execute the perfect one and get away with it? Probably not. But Natalie and Will are going to try
It’s a little spooky, kind of scary, makes me never want to camp ever, and wow, I’m glad I read it.
In my quest to finish all of my BOTM books and because I love the color purple, I finally picked up Lies We Told and wow, was I engrossed.
It’s part legal thriller, part corruption case, part typical drunk-woman-dealing-with-issues-mystery, and I loved it. I read it in one foul swoop.
In a quest to finally catch up on my Book of the Month TBR pile, I settled in to read the book I selected back in March 2018 when it was billed as an adult version of the Westing Game and while I’m not sure the descriptor is perfect, I really enjoyed this book.
The only book by Liane Moriarty I’ve read is Big Little Lies and…Nine Perfect Strangers is different. The mystery isn’t who died or who killed them, it’s will these people make it out of here?
With the completion of this “nordic noir” murder mystery, I have finally completed the PopSugar Reading Challenge for 2018 and wow, what a note to end on!
I finally read the missing-child-mystery I’d been wanting to read for over a year, and had owned for nine months, and I’m so upset I didn’t read it earlier, but it really puts October off to a good reading start.
Robert Galbraith (aka JK Rowling) is back with another gritty detective novel involving blackmail, the possible strangling of a child, lots of horses, and government ministers behaving badly.
Podcasts are such a growing phenomenon and I love them. I can’t get enough, but I still love reading. Luckily, there are some great books with direct podcast tie-ins
So ARC August was a complete failure for me.
Eliza Hart is dead, found at the bottom of the cliffs near her exclusive Big Sur boarding school. What happened to her? Was she pushed? And what’s up with the girl that everyone says was stalking her?