Razorblade Tears

Razorblade Tears is my second novel by S.A. Cosby. I loved his 2020 release Blacktop Wasteland, so I was very excited but also nervous to read his newest release. But ya’ll this book is just as good or even maybe better than Blacktop Wasteland. At it’s core, Razorblade Tears, is about two father-son relationships that…

A Distant Grave

Maggie D’arcy is back in the A Distant Grave. This is the sequel to the 2020 release The Mountains Wild, which you can see my review HERE. Detective mystery series are my bread and butter. When I’m stuck in a reading rut, they’re my go too, so I was very excited when my friends over…

A Good Day for Chardonnay

Sunshine Vicram is back! I have been so ready for A Good Day for Chardonnay, ever since I read A Bad Day for Sunshine (see my REVIEW HERE) last summer. I loved the characters, the witty banter, and the overall mystery that was tied into the first book, and book 2 did not disappoint. Sheriff…

Her Dark Lies

Claire is finally where she wants to be and is soon to be married to non other than Jack Comptom, a member of one of the wealthiest families in the world. Their exclusive marriage is to take place on the Comptom family’s Italian island. Off the bat things start to go haywire and the family…

Local Woman Missing

This was my very first book by Mary Kubica and it’s definitely made me want to go back and read all her other books. Local Woman Missing is perfect for True Crime lovers, even though this is a fictional mystery, there were quite a few incidents that mirrored true stories. The story takes place post…

When the Stars Go Dark

It’s no secret that Paula McLain is a masterful author. Her books always seem to completely captive me and her newest release When the Stars Go Dark is no exception. Just like one of my recent reads What Comes After, at the heart of this story it is a mystery. There is a detective and…

What Comes After

Firstly, this is categories as a Mystery/Thriller, and I just want to clarify that while at it’s core this is a murder mystery, it’s more the motive behind the murder than a whodunnit. I also would never categorize this book as a Thriller. Going into this book with expectations of a fast paced, thriller will…

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,…

Before She Disappeared

This is actually my first Lisa Gardner book and it certainly will not be my last. Frankie Elkin is a recovering alcoholic who has stumbled into a new addiction. Finding missing people, no matter what the cost. Based upon real people who search for the missing for nothing other than to give families answers, Gardner…