Tag: psychological thriller

Review: Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger

Review: Confessions on the 7:45 by Lisa Unger

Selena Murphy had the perfect marriage and a wonderful life, or so it may seem to her followers on Instagram. However, her followers didn’t know she suspected her husband had been cheating on her with the nanny. He has a history of cheating, so when she confirmed her suspicions it came as no surprise. Despite the lack of surprise, feelings of hurt and frustration surfaced […]

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

Review: When I Was You by Amber Garcia

I went into this book with little expectations as it was my first time experiencing the author’s work. However, the moment I started reading I knew that this would be a book I would not be able to put down. When you have a story where you question the sanity of the main character you know you are in for a twisted read. When I […]

Review: Hush by  B.T. Urruela and Anne Malcom

Review: Hush by B.T. Urruela and Anne Malcom

While reading Hush B.T Urruela and Anne Malcolm, I felt the need for a strong drink and that is saying a lot as I am not a drinker. This story is definitely not for the faint of heart, its dark, twisted, intense, disturbing and gut wrenching. The story began on a cheerful note with the heroine, Orion, experiencing her first kiss from the boy she […]

Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass

Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass

  Someone’s Listening by Seraphina Nova Glass was a twisted and mind-boggling read, which featured a complex cast of characters and had me guessing throughout most of the story. This was my first experience with the author, and I have to say she impressed me. The story introduces Faith, a happily married psychologist, author and radio host. However, beneath all the success lingers remnants of […]

Blog Tour: The Darkness We Hide by Debra Webb

Blog Tour: The Darkness We Hide by Debra Webb

The Darkness We Hide is the finale of The Undertaker’s Daughter series featuring Dr. Rowan Dupont and the serial killer, Julian Addington who has been stalking her for most of her life. This a series that needs to be read in order, despite the author’s references to events from the previous instalments.   Rowan has finally gotten the answers she sought. Answers that were horrific, […]

The Secrets We Bury by Debra Webb

The Secrets We Bury by Debra Webb

The Secrets We Bury is the second book in The Undertaker’s Daughter series and it picks up from where the prequel left off. At the end of The Undertaker’s Daughter, Dr. Rowan Dupont is reeling from a tragedy that struck close to home. She began questioning her abilities as a criminal psychiatrist for the Metro Special Crime Unit. She returned home to Winchester to take […]

Review: The Undertaker’s Daughter by Debra Webb

Review: The Undertaker’s Daughter by Debra Webb

The Undertaker’s Daughter by Debra Webb is the prequel to The Undertaker’s Daughter series. It introduces readers to Dr. Rowan Dupont, a criminal psychologist and the daughter of an undertaker. A member of Metro’s Special Crime Unit. A unit tasked with hunting serial killers. Their current case involved catching a serial killer whose victims bore a striking resemblance to Dr. Dupont.   The story provided […]

Audio Book Review: Face Off by Brenda Novak

Audio Book Review: Face Off by Brenda Novak

Face Off by Brenda Novak is the third book in the Evelyn Talbot Chronicles. I have been following this series from the beginning and I found this installment to be most exciting and intense of them all. This was the point where a notorious serial killer has his most desirable prey in his grasp. The one victim who managed to escape twenty-two years ago.  He […]

Book Review: Past Deeds by Carolyn Arnold

Book Review: Past Deeds by Carolyn Arnold

Whenever I am in the mood for a fast-paced plot, an edge of your seat read, Carolyn Arnold is one of the many authors I can rely on to meet this need. Therefore, when the opportunity came for me to read and review her latest novel, I could not resist.   The story began with a federal prosecutor being gunned down in front of a […]

Review: YOU by Caroline Kepnes

Review: YOU by Caroline Kepnes

I purchased this audio book during one of Audible’s two for one sale. I chose it because I heard great things about it, however the book was nothing like I expected.  I know many of my blogger friends enjoyed this book, but it did not blow me away as I hoped it would. Not that the story wasn’t good, in fact I found I couldn’t […]