Books, Thriller/Mystery

The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor Book Review

The thing you have to understand is that being a good person isn’t about singing hymns, or praying to some mystical, god. It isn’t about wearing a cross or going to church every Sunday. Being a good person is about how you treat others. A good person doesn’t need a religion, because they are content… Continue reading The Chalk Man by C.J. Tudor Book Review

Books, Thriller/Mystery

Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle Book Review

Uncertainty leaves us open to doubt, yes, but it also opens us up to splendor and joy and wonderful surprise. To the beauty of hope. Nothing is certain, nothing is known, but it is in those moments of our greatest uncertainty that miracles happen.”Excerpt from: Kimberly Belle, Dear Wife Synopsis from Goodreads Beth Murphy is… Continue reading Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle Book Review

Books, Fiction, Thriller/Mystery

The Other Hand by Chris Cleave Book Review

“Death, of course, is a refuge. It's where you go when a new name, or a mask and cape, can no longer hide you from yourself. It's where you run to when none of the principalities of your conscience will grant you asylum.”Excerpt from: Chris Cleave, Little Bee Synopsis from Goodreads and Wikipedia: From the… Continue reading The Other Hand by Chris Cleave Book Review

Books, Thriller/Mystery

The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry Book Review

None of it was her fault. All she'd done was be born and we didn't get to choose our parents."Excerpt from: Lucinda Berry, The Perfect Child Synopsis from Goodreads Christopher and Hannah are a happily married surgeon and nurse with picture-perfect lives. All that’s missing is a child. When Janie, an abandoned six-year-old, turns up… Continue reading The Perfect Child by Lucinda Berry Book Review

Books, Thriller/Mystery

Providence by Caroline Kepnes Book Review

The worst thing isn't the disease. It's knowing that you have it, that it will slowly eat you, that's the worst thing about any bad thing in the world, the knowing, and if you can get a handle on that, you can get through anything. Consciousness is the monster and it wins."Excerpt from: Providence by… Continue reading Providence by Caroline Kepnes Book Review