C.J. Tudor is a bit macabre and her books just feel different than your average thriller. Her books are a little bit gory, a little bit spooky, the tiniest bit shocking and super readable.
Jane is kind of an enigma. She comes from a troubled past, and she is clearly trying to improve her life.
In Pretty Little Wife, the reader gets a front row seat to the relentless interrogations and everything that Lila is up to in the days following her husbands, ahem, disappearance.
Two strangers swapping stories they would never tell most people they know. Strangers taking advantage of anonymity. Or so Selena thought.
Lisa Jewell has somehow become a super prolific writer. And I don't say that out of disbelief, because I love her books. I say it because I kind of feel like I've been there since the beginning. Which is so funny to say since she has no idea who I am nor should she care.Isn't... Continue Reading →
I didn't just read this book, I fed on it and consumed it. Which sounds super disturbing. But it was so good.
Throughout the book, we switch between the present day rape of K and the 25-year-old cold case possible murder of Jenny Stills.
As we follow the couple through their day, we realized that while they both have separate concerns, they are both on a crash collision course with events that will forever change everything about their lives.