Win

Harlan Coben’s newest book Win is the first installment of a new series featuring Windsor Horne Lockwood III. Win, as he is called, is the billionaire friend of Myron Bolitar. Who is Myron Bolitar? He’s the star of the Myron Bolitar series where Coben has written 11 books for. While Win makes many appearances in…

The Silent Suspect

The third installment in the Paige Northwood series and honestly my least favorite so far. See my review HERE for Silent Night. Paige Northwood is a British Sign Language interrupter. While she was an interpreter for the police department in the first two books, she’s now landed a job as an interpreter for Social Worker,…

The Burning Girls

It’s no secret that C.J. Tudor has quickly become one of my auto-buy authors. So when this turned up in my Netgalley account, with no notice, and a week before the publication date; you know I dropped all my other reading plans to jump into this story! I first read C.J. Tudor back in 2018…

The Other People

C.J. Tudor is quickly becoming an auto-buy author for me. When I first read The Chalkman 2 years ago, I knew that her writing style was right up my alley. With just enough amount of creepiness, her novels are thrillers boarding on horror books. They also have a dark vibe that really draws you into…

Silent Night

Thoughts Y’all know me, I love a good solid mystery especially when I don’t figure out the ending. Silent Night is the second book in Nell Pattison’s Paige Northwood Series. Paige Northwood is a deaf translator who works with the local police department to assist in solving crimes committed against the deaf community or involving…

After All I’ve Done

Thoughts Read. This. Book. The End, that’s my review! Okay maybe not, but still if you were a fan of Verity or Girl on a Train, than After All I’ve Done is for you! I read this book back in the summer, when I needed a solid thriller to get out of a reading slump,…

They Never Learn

Thoughts Did you love the Showtime show Dexter? If the answer is yes than you’ll love Layne Fargo’s newest release, They Never Learn. Told through a dual POV, this is the story of one literature professor who get’s justice against the men on the Gorman University campus. These men aren’t saints though, they deserve it,…

Confessions on the 7:45

Thoughts I hope you enjoyed my thoughts on Confessions on the 7:45. If you liked this review please let me know either by commenting below or by visiting my instagram @speakingof_books. Huge Thank you to William Morrow for my copy.

To Tell You the Truth

Thoughts Y’all this book was so addicting, I once again binged it in a night. I really need to learn to spread these books out but they get me way to worked up to not binge it! Also just in case anyone is wondering, if my husband buys me a multi-million dollar home, using the…

Five Total Strangers

Thoughts I’ll preface this by saying I read this book in under 3 hours on a night I couldn’t sleep. I read the whole book in quick sitting and it didn’t help me sleep afterwards either. The other thing I want to highlight is that this is a YA thriller. Meaning the key characters are…