Audrey has just the perfect amount of faults to make her even more relatable and adorable to her thousands of followers - and one totally psycho stalker.
This book is the real deal. It's so spooky you won't want to read it in a dark room, but it's so good that you keep reading it in that dark room because you NEED to know what happens!
Marcie and Keisha have something in common in the upper-class world of Savannah. Among the old money and high society, they stand out.
Searching for Sylvia Lee is the best kind of literary mystery....It's mysterious, thoughtful, surprising and tragic.
There's a type of dreamy, mysterious aura in a CJ Tudor book. It's a great feeling to wrap yourself in like a warm blanket as you read her books.
Sienna returning home is like the return of the prodigal daughter. She was her parent's golden girl, in the time before her childhood fell apart.
True crime is a genre I've been reading for along time, possibly even back to junior high? I'm an avid watcher of Dateline and sometimes 48 Hour Mysteries, but I just can't make myself watch 20/20. There's just something about it that is not good. Of course, like any good "murderino," I listen to My... Continue Reading →