Book Review: An Anonymous Girl

“An Anonymous Girl” is the second psychological thriller novel co-authored by Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen after their bestseller, “The Wife Between Us”.  Through the first half of the novel, I admit to having been drawn, finding myself curious to see how the story unravels. This is the kind of psychological thriller that keeps you […]

Book Review: Ask Again, Yes

There are stories told that speak of sad, vengeful events that took place in a person’s life.  And there are stories left untold, long cast into oblivion. While some are forgotten, others serve as a reminder of one’s past.  Stories can either transform or break, and mend broken things in due time. These are the […]

Book Review: My Lovely Wife

I stumbled upon “My Lovely Wife” by Samantha Downing while searching for recommended fiction thrillers for 2019. I have read quite a few psychological thrillers in my lifetime that while some were presumably predictable, there were still those that surprised me.  This fast-paced novel sent shivers down my spine but also made me laugh and […]

Book Review: The Chestnut Man

Søren Sveistrup’s “The Chestnut Man” had been one of my most anticipated reads for 2019.  My fascination with Nordic noir has increased tremendously since Jo Nesbo’s “The Snowman”.  I wouldn’t say I am used to the gruesome imagery abounding in crime novels because I do cringe, pause, breathe for a few seconds, at times deciding […]

Book Review: Jar of Hearts

This book jolted me out of my usual nonchalant attitude towards romance novels because that’s what I initially thought this novel was about. I admit having not read the book blurb when I purchased it, which I normally do to rid myself of expectations. So yes, I heartily thought this was a romance novel, with […]