From the minute Hen meets Matthew, she gets a weird vibe. Something just isn't right.
A.J. Finn, author of The Woman in the Window said, "“Atmospheric, spellbinding—as haunting as the best of Du Maurier, as psychologically astute as Kate Atkinson. Read it and shiver.”
This one got great reviews, Entertainment Weekly ran an incredible review, and this one is even slated to become a TV series with the same production company that made Sharp Objects, my latest obsession.
I've had a not-so-amazing day today. Don't you hate when that happens? I've been fighting a cold all week and it just escalated last night. So this morning I was already not feeling amazing and didn't get the best sleep as I could barely breathe out of my nose and my husband was similarly afflicted...and... Continue Reading →
Whenever I think of Thailand and teenagers, I think of Brokedown Palace. The ultimate "be careful traveling internationally" story. You know, Claire Danes--fresh off of My So Called Life fame--and Kate Beckingsale are teen girls vacationing in Thailand when they fall into a trap with a cute boy who uses them to transport drugs without... Continue Reading →
How have I not heard of Sarah Pinborough before? Like, how? I chose Cross Her Heart through the Book of the Month Club and as far as I knew it was a debut author. Now, maybe I should read a little closer when I make those selections, but I was very surprised to learn she... Continue Reading →
First of all, let's talk about this cover. I love the colors, the adorable shoes. It brings feelings of nostalgia to mind. Back in my publishing days I was called into cover meetings from time to time. It was a weekly meeting (I think) that the editors, designers and publisher attended. The designers would present... Continue Reading →