Bring Her Home by David Bell

Bring Her Home by David Bell

I was recently provided with a couple of books that I wouldn’t have ordinarily known about, and in exchange for reading them, I agreed to provide my honest review, whether that was a positive or negative reaction.  Today’s post is about Bring Her Home by David Bell. The story inside the novel, Bring Her Home, […]

River Road by Carol Goodman

River Road by Carol Goodman

I had never heard of Carol Goodman before, but when I read the synopsis of this book, I just knew it would be a great read.  I’m so glad I wasn’t disappointed.  Unfortunately, after I read the book I completely forgot to give all of you my report on the book.  My thinking is that […]

Chaos by Patricia Cornwell

Chaos by Patricia Cornwell

I have been a fan of Patricia Cornwell for quite some time and have read many of her previous books. When the publisher provided me with an opportunity to read and review her new book, Chaos – the 24th in the Kay Scarpetta series – I was thrilled!  Unfortunately, due to the time of year and […]

#FRC2016 – The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter

#FRC2016 – The Kept Woman by Karin Slaughter

The first book I ever read by author, Karin Slaughter was Pretty Girls in 2015, and as soon as I finished the book I knew right then that anything else written by Karin Slaughter would be on my “must read” list. Luckily, as part of the BookSparks Fall Reading Challenge (#FRC2016), the first book up […]

Child of the State by Catherine Lea

Child of the State by Catherine Lea

When I saw the description of this book, it really seemed different and interesting to me, so I was looking forward to reading it. I’m sure glad I had the opportunity to read Child of the State by Catherine Lea. I won’t lie though, I was a bit worried since it was the second book […]