Book Review | Darling Rose Gold

One thing I love almost as much as reading is true crime. Luckily, that’s an interest that often overlaps with reading. One case I followed for years is that of Dee Dee and Gypsy Rose Blanchard (click the link to read all about it if you’re unfamiliar). So when I saw there was a novel […]

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Book Review | The Holdout

I really loved Graham Moore’s The Last Days of Night when I read it a few years ago. So when I saw he had a new book out this year, I obviously had to check it out. The Holdout is worlds different from The Last Days of Night, but I still really enjoyed it. (All […]

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Book Review | My Sister the Serial Killer

My Sister the Serial Killer has been sitting on my shelves for months. It was a great fit for my Spookathon TBR, so I finally read it! It turned out to be perfect for a readathon because it was such a quick read. (All reviews are spoiler-free unless otherwise noted.) Synopsis When Korede’s dinner is […]

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Book Review | The Chestnut Man

It’s time for all the spooky reads, and I’m pretty sure serial killer thrillers qualify. And one of the books I’ve been excited about since it came out last month is The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup. Because I have never read a single Scandanavian/Nordic thriller, and I felt like I had to fix that. […]

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Book Review | The Grace Year

I haven’t had the best luck with young adult books lately. But, when I came across The Grace Year, I knew I had to read it. It was marketed as a blend of The Handmaid’s Tale and The Power. Which had everything in my brain screaming “yes please!”. Honestly, I couldn’t imagine any book living […]

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Book Review | The Butterfly Garden

The Butterfly Garden is one of those books that just keeps popping up. Every few months or so, I encounter it somewhere – in a blog post, on Goodreads, while shopping for books – and I never picked it up. To be honest, I don’t think I ever even read the synopsis. But I finally […]

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Book Review | The Swallows

I am always up for some awesome feminist fiction, whether it’s historical, fantasy, or, in this case, thriller. The Swallows was my first experience reading Lisa Lutz, and I loved it. But it also made me mad. In a good way. And, if you’ve ever felt rage at the phrase “boys will be boys”, it’ll […]

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