Summer Listen: Take Your Breath Away by Linwood Barclay

There is a reason why Linwood Barclay is a favorite author for many people and why his books fly off the shelves. His books are like that comfortable feeling your get when something is familiar and dependable. While some are better than other, you know you will get a great read with plenty of suspense… Continue reading Summer Listen: Take Your Breath Away by Linwood Barclay

Bewilderment by Richard Powers

Bewilderment is not an easy read; it's a complicated, heavy, ambitious, emotionally intelligent read. It requires critical thinking, patience, and time to reflect on the themes. It is steeped in science, and at times, I lost patience with it, and it took me a long time to get through the story. It is also an… Continue reading Bewilderment by Richard Powers

Summer Reading: The Good Lie by A.R. Torre

What makes The Good Lie a great summer read Thrillers and suspense books that are lighter on the disturbing details but heavy on suspense fit the bill for the best summer reads for me, and I love to escape into a fictional world that keeps me guessing when the sun is shining, the weather is… Continue reading Summer Reading: The Good Lie by A.R. Torre

Summer Reading: The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton

The Perfect Girlfriend has been on Lindsay and my unread shelf for quite some time, and we finally decided to pull it off our shelf, dust it off and find the perfect summer spot to read it. Unfortunately, I could only read it outside once due to the rain. It's putting a damper on my… Continue reading Summer Reading: The Perfect Girlfriend by Karen Hamilton

Summer Reading: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena

Shari Lapena has surprised me with how much I enjoy her books. I always seem to think I will not like them, and then I read them and enjoy them. As you can see from Lindsay's thoughts below, she is a huge fan of Shari Lapena and has enjoyed all her books. She has a… Continue reading Summer Reading: Someone We Know by Shari Lapena