Lost You is a solid thriller with some inventive twists I didn't see coming.
When I picked up Keeping Lucy, I was intrigued by the story. It's a work of fiction, but like many conceived books, was inspired by true life events. I knew that often times in the past, developmentally delayed or handicapped children were placed in state-run homes because it was deemed that it would be too... Continue Reading →
The writing feels dark, the characters dapple in the forbidden, and the result is a deeply satisfying mystery.
Michelle Campbell has found a very secure place on my list of authors who release a book a year and the book is never a disappointment. Last year I reviewed She Was the Quiet One and I really loved it. It capitalized on two notoriously creepy things--twins and boarding school. This year, she is releasing... Continue Reading →
It's easy to find mystery lurking behind every corner in a super old, mysterious building with a speckled past.
Walker really gets inside the head of Dr. Hart, showcasing both his narcissim and deep insecurities all the same time.