There's deception, deceit, cheating, betrayal and pretty much everything is not as it seems. Unger has written a fantastic page turner that kept me engaged right up to the last page.
It’s One of Us by J.T. Ellison, 4 Stars
When a local woman that Olivia knows from bookclub goes missing, the whole community is shocked. But when police show up at Olivia's doorstep to let her husband know that his son was the murderer, her entire world is shattered.
Audiobook Review – Exiles by Jane Harper, 4 Stars
Kim Gillespie has gone missing. And even more mysterious? She's left her baby in her pram right in the middle of a carnival.
Hello Beautiful by Anne Napolitano, 5 Stars
Napolitano is really something special. She's an amazing writer and I'm so excited to see where her career takes her.
The Drift by C.J. Tudor, 4 Stars
The Drift is a great read for anyone who likes putting the pieces of a puzzle together.
The Things We Do To Our Friends by Heather Darwent, 4 Stars
The Things We Do For Our Friends is a twisty tale with definitely vibes of Donna Tart's The Secret History.
Just the Nicest Couple by Mary Kubica, 5 Stars
Kubica is truly the Queen of Suspense and her newest, Just the Nicest Couple, is not to be missed.
The Villa by Rachel Hawkins, 5 Stars
The Villa has major Sharon Tate, Helter Skelter vibes, in the best possible way.
And There He Kept Her by Joshua Moehling, 4 Stars
This one is fast-paced and a good story, if you can stomach the small-town psychos.
I’m the Girl by Courtney Summers, 3 Stars
I'm the Girl is definitely a coming of age story. Georgia is figuring out who she is and also figuring out that the world is a harsh place. She has a strong voice as a character and I did like her.