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: “The Invitation” (Stephanie King Book #2) by Rachel Abbott

Addicting, pulse-pounding, and shocking, “The Invitation” by Rachel Abbott is a book you can’t put down. It takes off running on the very first page and doesn’t let up until the last. About the Book The first time Jemma and Matt were invited to the imposing ocean-view home belonging to Lucas Jarrett, it was for…

Review: “Foe” by Iain Reid

Genre-defying, mind bending, and unsettling, “Foe” by Iain Reed is a philosophical puzzle that tackles important themes, such as identity, control, and relationships. How well can you really know someone? How well do you even know yourself? About the Book You think you know everything about your life. Long-married couple Junior and Henrietta live a…

Review: “Mine” by Casey Kelleher

Full of unpredictable twists and taut with suspense, “Mine” by Casey Kelleher has a plot so tight that you might miss something if you put it down for even a second. To say it’s compelling is an understatement. About the Book Rebecca Dawson lives a life that many women want – married to wealthy, handsome…

Review: “Every Last Secret” by A.R. Torre

Glamorous, seductive, and deliciously nasty, “Every Last Secret” by A.R. Torre is a riveting tale about power, obsession, and the dark depths two women will go to in order to get what they want. About the Book Welcome to the neighborhood. Watch your husband, watch your friends, and watch your back. Cat Winthorpe has worked…

Review: “A Prayer for the Broken” by Mark Tilbury

“Sinister, twisted, gut-wrenching, yet an utterly compelling read.” About the Book When eleven-year-old John McCormack’s mother is murdered, he is placed in the care of Pastor Ian Stone and his family. Clearwater House is a far cry from the squalid flats he’s been used to, but John soon learns that Pastor Stone’s perverted form of…