Category: Thriller.

Book Review: The It Girl by Ruth Ware

Book Review: The It Girl by Ruth Ware

When a Ruth Ware books lands on my doorstep, I get excited. I’ve read every single one of her books published, and really enjoyed all of them. Because she’s writing in such a crowded genre, I’ll recognize certain tactics of suspense, or a stretch in...
Book Review: Lucky by Marissa Stapley

Book Review: Lucky by Marissa Stapley

This book was sent to me months ago, and I’ll admit I didn’t have immediate plans to read it simply because I had so many other thrillers ready to go on my shelf. But then, Lucky by Marissa Stapley was chosen by Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club, and I...
Book Review: The Dilemma by B.A. Paris

Book Review: The Dilemma by B.A. Paris

I know I’ve said this before on the blog, but I really think books need trigger warnings, and selfishly, I’m thinking of a trigger warning that’s a little out of the norm. I usually avoid this as much as possible, but I need to include a *spoiler...
Book Review: The Retreat by Elisabeth de Mariaffi

Book Review: The Retreat by Elisabeth de Mariaffi

This isn’t the first thriller I’ve read about being trapped on a mountain resort during an avalanche, but even knowing the storyline was one I had read before, I still jumped at the chance to read The Retreat by Elisabeth de Mariaffi because a) I loved her...
Book Review: A Beginner’s Guide to Murder by Rosalind Stopps

Book Review: A Beginner’s Guide to Murder by Rosalind Stopps

A Beginner’s Guide to Murder by Rosalind Stopps seems like a cozy mystery at first glance; a bunch of little old ladies plotting a murder together to save a friend. This appeals to the Murder She Wrote lover in me because I relish the idea of getting older but...