I was immediately intrigued by the synopsis of Eight Perfect Murders by Peter Swanson and grabbed the audiobook narrated by Graham Halstead. A book store owners blog post, appears to be the manifesto for a serial killer.
After reading Genevieve Graham’s The Forgotten Home Child, I was on the lookout for more stories about orphans when I stumbled upon The Lost Orphan by Stacey Halls. Twists and a memorable story await you in 1754, London.
A Bad Day for Sunshine by Darynda Jones is the first novel in the Sunshine Vicram mystery series. Jones’ delivers suspense, snark, romance and unique characters.
Druid Vices and a Vodka by Annette Marie is sixth in the Spellbound series and part of the Guild Codex world. Dark, intense and enlightening, Marie pushes Tori to the limits as she tries to save those she cares about.
Unforgiven by Jay Crownover is the second novel in the Loveless, Texas series and I knew from book one and the tension between these two it would be one heck of a ride. Danger, twists and lots of heat in Loveless, Texas kept me up past my bedtime!
A Conspiracy of Bones by Kathy Reichs is the nineteenth novel in the Temperance Brennan mystery series. A media hungry medical examiner, an unusual death, and Temperance’s insatiable curiosity bring danger.
Crush the King by Jennifer Estep is the third novel in the Crown of Shards fantasy series and one of my most anticipated reads. Estep delivered as we faced down assassins and traveled to the Regalia Games.
Smoke Bitten by Patricia Briggs is the twelfth Mercy Thompson novel and just as addictive as the first. Threats to the pack come in many forms and Mercy has her hands full. Intense, addictive, and twisted. I devoured Smoke Bitten.