The Wife Upstairs by Rachel Hawkins delivered a Jane Eyre retelling that was fresh, twisted and addictive.
Narrated by Elizabeth Knowelden, the premise of We Hear Voices by Evie Green drew me in with its eerie offerings. A gripping tale about imaginary friends in a near future reality.
When I saw the blurb for Somewhere In Between by Dawn Hosmer, I knew I wanted to listen to this psychological thriller. A dead woman at her own funeral who has no idea how she died, watching her husband, attention grabbing mother, and children….
Narrated by Susan Dalian & Jay Aaseng, When No One is Watching by Alyssa Cole, quickly pulled me into this addictive, suspenseful and fascinating story surrounding gentrification. Grab a cup of pumpkin spice and check out my thoughts…
I look forward to Ruth Ware’s suspense thrillers and as with all of her books I went into One by One, narrated by Imogen Church cold. An atmospheric whodunit.
We are back with the second novel in the Columbia River series; The Silence by Kendra Elliot. Callahan and McLane’s cases collide when a grisly murder leads them to a mass-shooting. You won’t want to miss this heart-pounding story.
I’ve enjoyed Griffin over the years and was excited to see a new series by her. Hidden is the first novel in the Texas Murder Files. We get to meet a tenacious report, and a police detective who won’t rest until they stop a killer.