Book Review: The Child Finder by Rene Denfeld

From the title, I knew this was going to be a book that was difficult to read since it would be about missing children. What I didn’t know was how engaged and emotional I would get about this book. I finished this book in less than 24 hours-there were many disturbing parts in the story …

Book review: Let Me Lie by Clare Mackintosh

The ending of this book was different than I envisioned. I pictured this being more of a psychological thriller, but I would classify it as more of a mystery/drama. Anna’s parents commit suicide within months of each other. Anna has a newborn daughter and is struggling with the grieving process of the deaths. There are …

Book review: The Woman in the Window by AJ Finn

Wow. This was a gripping psychological thriller about Anna Fox, a former child psychologist, who is now living life as an Agoraphobic peering out her window at the neighbors. A family moves in across the street that Anna becomes especially intrigued with. The characters are developed well throughout the novel, and I thought I had …

Book Review: All the Beautiful Things by Peter Swanson

Very dark, twisted, and disturbing book by Peter Swanson. I enjoyed his last 2 books much better than this one. It went a little too far as far as the disturbing matter. Harry finds out that his father has died due to a tragic accident just prior to his college graduation. He returns home to …

Book review: Other People’s Houses by Abbi Waxman

Very humorous book about what’s going on in a small neighborhood near LA. Adultery, marriage problems, teenager issues, and self-esteem issues among many other problems are explored while you to get inside all of the homes and heads of the characters. Realistic characters that any woman who has had kids can relate to. It was …

Book review: Not That I Could Tell by Jessica Strawser

This was a good thriller that takes place on a suburban street centered around a group of women who are friends. The morning after a girls’ night at one of the homes, a mother disappears with her twins without a trace! It was a quick and easy read with a surprise ending!! I enjoyed the …

Book review: The Memory Watcher by Minka Kent

Grace’s life seems to be the perfect life. Autumn’s daughter was adopted by Grace, and Autumn watches Grace’s every move. Autumn applies to be a nanny for Grace and finds out their life isn’t as perfect as it seems. The ending is satisfying but predictable. It is a quick and easy thriller. I would give …

Book Review: The Wife Between Us by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen

Thank you St. Martin's Press for a free ARC of this book! I really thought I had this figured out, but the epilogue was a shocker! Loved this book-carried it around with me for 2 days and couldn't put it down!! This is a great thriller!! Leave all your assumptions behind! What you think you …