I appreciate how unique the book was and I'm always a sucker for anything true crime.
Nice Girls by Catherine Dang, 4 Stars
Dang paints compelling characters who perfectly capture that awkward stage between high school and adulthood when we are all just trying to figure out who we are. Set against the backdrop of a possible serial killer of course.
Girl 11 by Amy Suiter Clark, 5 Stars
Girl 11 is chicken soup for the true crime lover's soul and you must check it out.
The Babysitter by Liza Rodman and Jennifer Jordan, 3.5 Stars
The Babysitter is a must-read for any true crime junkie.
Behind the Red Door by Megan Collins, 5 Stars
I didn't just read this book, I fed on it and consumed it. Which sounds super disturbing. But it was so good.
The Third Rainbow Girl by Emma Copley Eisenberg, 3 Stars
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 →
I’ll Be Gone in the Dark by Michelle McNamara, 4 Stars
Last year I was a HUGE My Favorite Murder fan. And I still do like the podcast, but I get bogged down sometimes in the dialogue surrounding the cases they cover. I mean, sometimes it can take 45 minutes to get to the featured stories for that week. I think this would matter less if... Continue Reading →
After the Eclipse by Sarah Perry, 4 Stars
I'm a sucker for a good memoir. I love them! And it doesn't have to be a celebrity memoir or anything like that (although I've read some good celebrity memoirs too!). Memoirs just offer a snapshot into someone else's life in such a raw way. Sure, the book is edited by a professional and I'm... Continue Reading →