Hello, Transcriber by Hannah Morrissey is a compelling mystery/suspense novel about a police transcriber who becomes enmeshed in a drug case…
I loved this Ethiopian-inspired fantasy retelling of Jane Eyre. Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood has gore, romance, rooms filled with blood…
The Hush by Sara Foster is an action-packed thriller right from the beginning. Set in the near-future after COVID, the British government has issued sweeping…
These Silent Woods by Kimi Cunningham Grant is a suspenseful and atmospheric novel about a father and daughter who live in complete isolation in the Appalachia
Trashlands by Alison Stine is a quiet but impactful read. It presents a look at what our world may end up like if we don’t start caring for our planet..
The Last Time She Died by Zöe Sharp is a good start to a new suspenseful thriller series. In the town of Derbyshire, Blake Claremont disappeared ten years ago.
Oh William by Elizabeth Strout is a short novel that packs a big punch. In this third novel, we follow Lucy Barton, later in her life, as she reflects on
A weekend escape on a secluded island. What could go wrong?
A group of six friends who haven’t been close since school decide to go on a weekend trip to a remote island. They have the whole weekend planned with climbing, coasteering, and other outdoorsy activities. But since this is a thriller, their plans go up in flames almost as soon as they arrive.
The Death of Jane Lawrence both delighted and terrified me, in equal measure. A marriage of convenience trope? An old, crumbling and isolated manor? Yes, please.
We Are Not Like Them is a hard book to read, but it is an important one that realistically renders the current divisions in society.