Tag Archives: suspense

Her Every Fear by Peter Swanson ~ Fiction Book Review

This author’s The Kind Worth Killing was fantastic. Like, super awesome, wish I had written it first fantastic, even though it lost the teeniest bit of steam in the end. In this one, the author mastered suspense and atmosphere. If … Continue reading

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Truly, Madly Guilty by Liane Moriarty ~ Fiction Book Review

Hmmm. My first introduction to Liane Moriarty was the book “Big Little Lies”, which I seem to remember really enjoying. This is the fourth book I’ve read by Moriarty now, and I’ve got to say, I have mixed feelings about … Continue reading

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After Anna by Alex Lake ~ Fiction Book Review

This book had such an interesting and fresh idea that I wonder if part of my disappointment with it is that there were endless, ENDLESS!!!!, possibilities, but it seemed to follow what was probably the most predictable route. My wild … Continue reading

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The Perfect Girl by Gilly Macmillan ~ Fiction Book Review

I really liked this author’s other book, “What She Knew”. It had a great twist that I never saw coming and impressed me enough that I gave this one a try when I came across it and recognized the author’s … Continue reading

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Dead Souls by Angela Marsons ~ Fiction Book Review

There’s nothing like a D.I. Kim Stone thriller to get me out of a reading slump! I didn’t like this one quite as much as the others in the series, the author shook the characters up a bit and took … Continue reading

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You by Caroline Kepnes ~ Fiction Book Review

Um . . . so that just happened. Interesting. In the beginning, I thought it was addicting, but at times it became a bit much. I needed some space. This one was an interesting journey, definitely fresh, and I’m glad … Continue reading

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Right Behind You by Lisa Gardner ~ Fiction Book Review

  #1 New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Gardner’s newest book, Right Behind You, was released January 31st of this year, but – if since I’m lucky enough to live in the Mt. Washington Valley, I was able to get a copy, … Continue reading

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The Lion, the Lamb, the Hunted by Andrew E. Kaufman ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

  This book was a surprise. The writing was good, the plot was tense, the pacing quick, and there was plenty of action. I liked it better than I expected. The characters weren’t overly endearing, but they weren’t overly annoying, either. … Continue reading

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The Killing Lessons by Saul Black ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

I have mixed feelings about this one. It was dark and gritty and brutal, the characters were deep and intense, but I feel like it should have been about 100 pages shorter. This is what I’ve come to term a … Continue reading

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Malevolent by Jana DeLeon ~ #Fiction #Book #Review

  This was a good book. Not excellent, but there was nothing about it that I found lacking. The main character, Shaye Archer, is just damaged enough, and in an interesting enough way, to provide the author with ample room … Continue reading

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