A Satisfying collection of Homes stories after the original style. (by Sara Schepis)
Posted in 2017, 3 stars, Crime Fiction, detective, Mysteries, Short Stories
Tagged 2017, 3 stars, Crime Fiction, detective, mysteries, short stories
This was one of the best books I’ve read so far this year. Lisa Ko has written a story that is timely and relevant and packs an emotional punch! Highly recommended!
Very disappointed. I wanted really juicy crazy stories — didn’t get them.
I had only seen the movie. Loved the audiobook! Jim Dale is an excellent narrator. I am falling in love with the characters all over again.
I never saw the movie in its entirety, so the parts of the story I didn’t know were very enjoyable.
Looking for a thriller to read this summer? Read Fierce Kingdom by Gin Phillips. This books brings a parent’s worst nightmare to life when two shooters take over a zoo. This book was a page turner that kept me up so I could find out what happened to a mother and her young son trapped inside the zoo as terror takes hold. (by Patty Sussmann)
Posted in 2017, 4 stars, Crime Fiction, families, page tuner, Suspense, Thriller
Tagged 2017, 4 stars, Crime Fiction, families, page turner, suspense, thriller
For lovers of Kline’s Orphan Train, Wingate has written a story based on fact about the Tennessee Home for Children and their wicked ways. It’s slowly climbing up the New York Times Bestsellers List and would make a good book club read. (by Patty Sussmann)