As mentioned previously (check out my original post here), I am partaking in monthly buddy reads with two of my favourite Bookstagrammers- Chandra and Jessica. For our first read of February, we read Distress Signals by Catherine Ryan Howard and we LOVED it!
Keep reading below for a synopsis of the book and our thoughts.
Continue reading “#cjsreads2017: Distress Signals (Catherine Ryan Howard) @cathryanhoward”
Kate returns from a post break-up holiday with her closest friends as news of a serial killer, dubbed the Stockton Heath Strangler, hits in her hometown; all the victims look like Kate. Reeling from his breakup with Kate, Phil is drinking more and blacking out and once he is questioned in the connection to the murders, Kate wonders if the man she had spent ten years of her life with could be a killer.
Continue reading “Book Review: Killing Kate (Alex Lake)(@alexlakeauthor @harper360)”
I am thrilled to be taking part in today’s stop on the blog tour for Two Days Gone by Randall Silvis.
Not only will this post contain an excerpt and my review but also link to an awesome GIVEAWAY for your chance to win a copy of the book!
Continue reading “Blog Tour:Two Days Gone (@randallsilvis @sbkslandmark) #giveaway #bookreview”
Max and Alissa are newlyweds, madly in love and the envy of all their friends; their world is shattered when Max is brutally stabbed to death in their home and Alissa manages to escape through a window. The police investigation begins with many questions. Why had Alissa escaped? What were the killer’s motives? As Alissa tries to pick up the pieces of her life and mourns the loss of her husband, the lead investigator, DI Carter, begins to wonder if she is telling the truth. After all, there are three sides to every story. His. Hers. And the truth…
Continue reading “Book Review: Duplicity (Sibel Hodge) @sibelhodge @amazonpub”
Friday Finds (a feature originated from Jenn at Books and A Beat) is a feature that showcases the most interesting books that I have encountered during the last week and have added to my TBR wish list on Goodreads.
I am constantly adding titles to my never-ending TBR list and I can’t wait to share them with people.
Check out my newest and most wanted additions (or editions?…see what I did there!)
Continue reading “Friday Finds #8: January 13, 2017”
Kara Winthrop is a marine biologist suffering from a complex form of memory loss after a diving accident. Her husband Jacob, moves her to an island and is patient while she tries to recover her memories. Each day is a constant struggle as Jacob must remind her of their wedding, their past struggles with fertility and Kara’s questions as she begins to have memories into the past. She is beginning to remember bits and pieces; a rocky marriage and cryptic relationships. As Kara begins to uncover her past, the truth becomes a nightmare. Sometimes you cannot trust the people you love.
Continue reading “Book Review: The Twilight Wife (A.J Banner)”
As mentioned previously (check out my original post here), I am partaking in monthly buddy reads with two of my favourite Bookstagrammers- Chandra and Jessica. For our first read, we chose the highly anticipated debut by Jane Harper, The Dry. In honour of the novel’s “book birthday”, I’m coming at you today with our reviews.
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In a remote mountain, a body of Elaine Buxton is burning. All that will be left to identify her body will be her teeth. In a basement, not far away, the real Elaine Buxton screams in the darkness after having all her teeth removed. Detective Luc Callanach is called in to work on the case, days into his job, and begins investigating this murder with no leads and no evidence to be found. When another woman is abducted, it becomes a race against time to find her before she meets the same fate; what Luc doesn’t realize is that these women are facing a different fate. Will Luc figure out the truth before it is too late? Continue reading “Book Review: Perfect Remains (Helen Fields)”
The small town of Kiewarra is rocked when Luke Hadler and his family (a wife and child) are found dead; an apparent murder-suicide. Federal Police investigator, Aaron Falk, returns home for the funeral; a childhood friend of Luke, Falk returns home and soon is wrapped up in the investigation, doubting the claims against his friend. As he delves deeper into the inquiry, wounds of his past begin to haunt him. Luke and Aaron had a secret. A secret that was supposed to be buried. A secret that Luke’s death is sending to the surface.
Continue reading “Book Review: The Dry (Jane Harper)”