Genre: Psychological

Review: Her Daughter’s Mother by Daniela Petrova @DanielaGPetrova @PutnamBooks

Review: Her Daughter’s Mother by Daniela Petrova @DanielaGPetrova @PutnamBooks

Lana Stone and her Partner Tyler have been trying to conceive for the past eight years. With numerous failed attempts they try for an anonymous egg donor. But, with their relationship already strained, is it really the right time to try to have a baby? There are so many secrets between the pages of Her Daughter’s Mother. Which ones do […]

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Review: The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup

Review: The Chestnut Man by Søren Sveistrup

While investigating a murder scene of a local woman found with her hand chopped off and a chestnut doll left at the crime scene, Naia Thulin, a dectrive with the Major Crimes Division and Mark Hess, an ex-Europool investigator link the case to a politician’s daughter, Kristine Hartung, who went missing less than a year ago. When another crime scene […]

Posted March 26, 2019
Crime, Crime Thriller, Mystery, Police Procedural, Psychological, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks #TheSilentPati..

Review: The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides @AlexMichaelides @OrionBooks #TheSilentPatient

Alicia Berenson shot her husband, Gabriel Berenson, five times in the face killing him instantly. There is no question that she is not guilty. All the evidence points to Alicia, but why would she kill her own husband? This is a question left unanswered as Alicia remains silent and never speaks again. Her silence stumps everyone and what is thought […]

Posted January 27, 2019
Psychological Thriller, Review, Thriller / 0 Comments
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Review: The Secrets We Keep by Kate Hewitt @katehewitt1 #TheSecretsWeKeep #NetGalley

Review: The Secrets We Keep by Kate Hewitt @katehewitt1 #TheSecretsWeKeep #NetGalley

I was first put on Kate Hewitt’s radar when I read A Mother’s Goodbye which quickly became one of my top 2018 reads. Hewitt writes with such passion and a distinctive voice that pulls you right into the heart of a story. She breathes life into each of her characters making them seem honest, real and relatable. So, when I […]

Posted September 18, 2018
Fiction, Psychological, Review, Women's Fiction / 0 Comments
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