Category: mystery.

Book Review: To Tell You the Truth by Gilly Macmillan

Book Review: To Tell You the Truth by Gilly Macmillan

It’s officially the end of my online book club, because now that I’m increasing my day-job hours, I just don’t have time to run this group on my own time. Still, I’m ending it on a high note with Gilly Macmillan, a queen of thrillers that never...
Book Review: Why the Rock Falls by J.E. Barnard

Book Review: Why the Rock Falls by J.E. Barnard

Do you avoid jumping into the middle of a mystery series and insist on reading the 1st book first? I rarely get the opportunity to read a series in consecutive order, so I have no problem starting halfway through, but I do realize this sets me back in the character...
Book Review: The Children of Red Peak by Craig DiLouie

Book Review: The Children of Red Peak by Craig DiLouie

I’m getting a head start on my Halloween reading this year, and I think I’ve begun with two of the scariest books released this Fall. The Residence was a spooky ghost story I finished last week, then I dove right into The Children of Red Peak by Craig...
Book Review: You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie

Book Review: You Can’t Catch Me by Catherine McKenzie

I love a good tale of revenge; there’s something deliciously sweet about people getting what’s coming to them. A few weeks ago my family was on a road trip, and we were waiting in our car in line for a ferry. Beside us, another car tried to zip past the...
Book Review: Long Bright River by Liz Moore

Book Review: Long Bright River by Liz Moore

This is the second book about opioid addiction that I’ve read in the past few months. Although that seems a bit strange, we are learning that in the background of the Covid-19 pandemic, an even bigger problem is looming, killing more people than ever before:...