Truth and Other Lies by Maggie Smith consists of a complicated mother-daughter relationship when the protagonist Megan has a mom running for congress.
By Corinna Kloth Review Dec 01, 2022
Ocean’s Grave represents Malone’s second novel in his series of Lovecraftian Horror, a continuation of themes and characters from his first release, Spring City Terror 1903.
Girl Power by Association Perhaps the difficulty of the retelling resulted in a choppy blend of two major life events that Jennifer Asbenson experienced. Regardless, Asbenson displays heroic warrior qualities for what she endured and lived to tell about in The Girl in the Treehouse. Asbenson’s memoir reminds me of A Child Called It and[…]
Bradford Philen is a tourist. He strolls from one end of the earth to the other in search of character types. A myriad of races and ethnicities, different sexes, and a variety of ages…he seeks them out. Then, he transformed them into a collection called When the Color Started. These characters are bold and daring.[…]
Don’t let the teddy bear on the cover fool you. Broken Toys is not for children and the children in it are not the stars of the show. Behind the cover of this book is a fast-paced, multicharacter novel about the horrors of a ring of child predators. Gruesome at times, think of it as[…]
Her Here by Amanda Dennis is a personal detective story. The story takes place in Paris, France as we watch Elena try to solve the mystery of what happened to Ella, who is the daughter of a family friend, Siobhán. Ella went missing many years ago in Thailand. Elena was hired by Siobhán to read[…]
I know a book is good when I wake up at 4am on a Sunday and pick up where I left off the day before. The other day, I read The Hive. It’s a great book filled with spirited and unique female characters. The Fehler women are strong despite their dysfunctional family unit. They fight[…]
Trust is hard to come by when the potholes are filled with secrets. I’ve never been to Boise. I’m pretty sure, after reading Kim Hooper’s novel, I don’t want to go. You seriously can’t hide in Boise. Who knew? No one is who you think they are, confrontation is hard to come by, and you[…]