Review: “Her Three Lives” by Cate Holahan

Take your anxiety meds before reading this one! Brimming with betrayal, suspicion, and doubt, “Her Three Lives” might be Cate Holahan’s best yet. About the Book Release Date: April 20, 2021 Gaslight goes high-tech in USA Today bestselling author Cate Holahan’s new standalone thriller in which a family must determine who the real enemy is after a…

Review: “The House of Hidden Secrets” by CE Rose

Disturbing, eerie, and immensely captivating, “The House of Hidden Secrets” by CE Rose is a slow burning, gothic thriller that’ll send shivers down your spine from the first minute Serena steps inside Ramsey Hall. About the Book The imposing gates of Ramsay Hall yawned open. As Serena and 4-year-old Lana walked up the long driveway,…

Review: “You Love Me” by Caroline Kepnes (You #3)

Addicting, thrilling, and darkly funny, “You Love Me” is the third installment in the popular “You” series and — holy smokes! — it’s good, good, good. I couldn’t put it down. About the Book Joe is done with the cities. He’s done with the muck and the posers, done with Love. Now, he’s saying hello…

Review: “Blame” by Patricia Dixon

A compelling exploration of the human psyche in regards to guilt and blame, “Blame” by Patricia Dixon stands out as an excellent piece of psychological fiction. About the book What if the past came knocking? Frankie is running away from her past, and the repercussions of a night that changed her life forever. Hoping for…

Review: “Trust No One” by Keri Beevis

An anxiety inducing thrill ride filled with more truth-distorting twists than a fun house mirror. About the Book A long, long time ago, you did a bad, bad thing… Now it’s time to pay.  When Olivia Blake receives a note, she thinks someone is playing a prank, until she is lured to an empty house. When…

Review: “Flowers for the Dead” by Barbara Copperthwaite

Sinister, twisted, yet deeply intriguing, “Flowers for the Dead” by Barbara Copperthwaite is a serial killer thriller that, at times, reads like something ripped straight from the headlines. About the Book He sees her. The one. The sunglasses don’t fool anyone, she is clearly upset, her nose and lips swollen from crying. They are two…