Review: “Beneath Her Skin” by Gregg Olsen

Deceptive, unsettling, and deeply creepy, “Beneath Her Skin” serves as the latest proof that author Gregg Olsen isn’t capable of a bad book. About the Book The girl was slumped over the edge of the old clawfoot tub, her eyes tiny shards of broken glass, her expression void of anything. Her long, wet hair dripped…

Review: “Lying Next to Me” by Gregg Olsen

No matter what you see, no matter what you’ve heard, assume nothing. About the Book “Adam and Sophie Warner and their three-year-old daughter are vacationing in Washington State’s Hood Canal for Memorial Day weekend. It’s the perfect getaway to unplug—and to calm an uneasy marriage. But on Adam’s first day out on the water, he…