Tag Archive: Mystery

ARC Book Review: Daddy Dearest by Paul Southern

ashley | When Paul Southern contacted us about his book Daddy Dearest, I was immediately intrigued. I haven’t read a good thriller in a little while and this sounded a bit different than… Continue reading

Book Review + Guest Post: A Keeper’s Truth by Dee Willson

ashley | I love when our real life overlaps with our blogging life, it kind of adds another level of encouragement and inspiration for why we keep this blog up and running. As… Continue reading

Book Review: The Night Sister by Jennifer McMahon

ashley | I jumped into The Night Sister by Jennifer McMahon quite quickly after Penguin Random House Canada invited me to partake in their Book Club Discussion on GoodReads. I missed out on… Continue reading

Book Review: The Voodoo Killings by Kristi Charish

ashley | It certainly feels like Kristi Charish is pumping out a new book every month. But you won’t hear me complaining, I loved each one of her Owl books so picking up… Continue reading

Book Review: The Sisters

ashley | I’ve been eyeing The Sisters by Claire Douglas in my to read pile for some time and I kept getting pulled away from it. Finally, I put my foot down and… Continue reading

Book Review: Nowhere Girl

ashley | I’ve been reading a lot of crime, mystery and thriller novels lately, mostly about girls who go missing and the people who try to find them. When I saw Nowhere Girl… Continue reading

Book Review: A Madness So Discreet

ashley | I’ve been wanting to read A Madness So Discreet by Mindy McGinnis from the moment I saw that cover. It looked wild, or looked mad, but also so beautiful. Much like… Continue reading

Book Review: In A Dark, Dark Wood

ashley | Finally! I’ve wanted to read In A Dark, Dark Wood by Ruth Ware ever since I saw the book cover on someone else’s blog ages ago (this book cover, not the… Continue reading

Book Review: Gravity Games

veronica | I must say, when we were approached by John Matsui to read his books, Ashley and I split the titles up perfectly. I’m the nerdy foodie and truly appreciated the descriptive… Continue reading