A.J. Finn, Suspense, Uncategorized

The Woman in the Window

The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn Oh...my...goodness!Oh..my..goodness! Ohmygoodness! I cant say it enough about this book. I wanted to read the whole thing in one sitting, but alas with responsibilities and other things I couldn't. This book is amazing! We meet Anna Fox, Dr. Fox, who has agoraphobia, the fear of leaving her… Continue reading The Woman in the Window

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Agatha Christie, Mystery

Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie Agatha Christie is one of the most famous writers in all of history in the mystery genre. This book was first  published in 1934. It has since been reprinted and made into a movie. This proves that Christie's books stand the test of time. In this book,… Continue reading Murder on the Orient Express

Mary Higgins Clark, Suspense, Under Suspicion

Every Breath You Take

Every Breath You Take By Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke This story follows the Under Suspicion  series including Laurie Moran and her successful television series by the same name. This time there is a new on-air host, Ryan Nichols, and her previous host (and romantic partner), Alex Buckley, has left in all aspects of her life.… Continue reading Every Breath You Take

Rachel Caine, Stillhouse Lake, Suspense

Stillhouse Lake

Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Wow! All I can say is wow! Even though I wanted to yell at Gwen (Gina) for being stupid at times, overall this story was great. It had a decent pace and moved quicker when the action got going. The story that follows… Continue reading Stillhouse Lake

Paula Hawkins, Suspense

Into the Water

Into the Water  by Paula Hawkins   I eagerly awaited this book by Paula Hawkins. Her other book was great. When I read this one, I saw that it was instantly switching character viewpoints. Each of the beginning chapters is someone new. There were about 10 characters to keep track of. The stories didn't always… Continue reading Into the Water

Mary Higgins Clark

All By Myself, Alone

All By Myself, Alone by Mary Higgins Clark This is Clark's newest book, and it does not disappoint. This book comes with a slew of characters, all of varying degrees of importance. This book tells the story of the maiden voyage of a brand-new ship, being compared to the Titanic. But, like with the Titanic,… Continue reading All By Myself, Alone

Anne Fraiser, Suspense

The Body Reader

The Body Reader by Anne Fraiser This book was an easy read and kept me fairly well-entertained. There were a few spots I had to go back and reread because I lost track or somethings didn't make sense, but overall it was a good read. This book follows Detective Jude Fontaine, a woman that was… Continue reading The Body Reader