Tag Archives: Book of the Month

Review: A History of Wild Places by Shea Ernshaw

A History of Wild Places caught my attention because it promised to be this interesting blend of fantasy, thriller, and suspense. As this is a magical combination I am always looking for, I knew I had to give Shea Ernshaw’s writing a chance. Continue reading

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Review: Malibu Rising by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Okay, so to preface my review, I’m going to state that Malibu Rising is not normally a book I would pick up and dive into. I tend to be overly picky about my historical fiction reads. Continue reading

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Review: We Were Never Here by Andrea Bartz

We Were Never Here was one of my three August choices for BOTM, and I am so extremely glad that this one came across my plate! This suspenseful thriller was written by Andrea Bartz – the author of The Lost Night and The Herd. Continue reading

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Review: The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina by Zoraida Cordova

As a massive fan of Zoraida Cordova, I’ve been excitedly looking forward to the release of The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina. Not only do I love her writing, but this latest novel sounded like it would be right up my alley. Think Practical Magic, but with an Ecuadorian twist. Continue reading

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Review: Not A Happy Family by Shari Lapena

Shari Lapena’s latest novel, Not A Happy Family, is a mystery thriller and family drama all rolled into one. It instantly caught my attention as one of the options for BOTM, and I just couldn’t resist. Continue reading

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Review: Girl A by Abigail Dean

Abigail Dean’s latest novel, Girl A, is one that will stick to the memory of thriller fans all over, with a chilling tale of family and secrets. Continue reading

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Review: The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

The Lost Apothecary is one of those novels that I have heard SO much about lately; it was impossible to resist the temptation to put down everything I was doing and just read. Continue reading

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Review: The Damage by Caitlin Wahrer

Caitlin Wahrer’s debut novel, The Damage, cuts to the quick, blending drama, human nature, grief, and thriller elements into one. This novel takes a familiar subject within the world of thrillers and forces readers to look at it through a new lens. Continue reading

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Review: Razorblade Tears by S.A.Cosby

S.A. Cosby’s newest novel, Razorblade Tears, throws two fathers into a revenge spiral as they battle to cope with the loss of their sons. This is a novel that opens the door to many different conversations. Continue reading

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Review: 56 Days by Catherine Ryan Howard

Catherine Ryan Howard’s latest thrilled, 56 Days is one that will hit readers close to home, thanks to the setting and chilling nature of events. Continue reading

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