Clara Solberg has a great life and a beautiful family when it all comes crashing down. Her husband has a car accident with her daughter in the car which is deemed an accident due to speeding. While Maisie is left unharmed, Nick is killed by the impact. Left widowed with a newborn and Maisie, Clara … Continue reading Every Last Lie – Mary Kubica
After hearing so much about this award-winning crime fiction I had to find out what the fuss was for myself. The Dry sees Aaron Falk, Federal Policeman return to his hometown, Kiewarra, for the funeral of his childhood best friend, his wife and young child. It hasn't rained in Kiewarra for two years and the … Continue reading The Dry – Jane Harper
I've had this book on my list of books to read for a good while and couldn't resist picking it up last week when I found it out of place on a random shelf. I started it on the weekend when I was craving something easy to read that would hook me it. I certainly … Continue reading You – Caroline Kepnes
Not two weeks ago I had friends strongly recommend Justin Cronin's trilogy that begins with the Passage. They were both unable to put his books down and suggested I give them a try. Two days ago I discovered that Cronin Himself would be in town, talking about his novels and signing some books. I thought … Continue reading An Evening With Justin Cronin.
Three women lived in a village. The first was mean, the second a liar, and the third an egotist. And so the epilogue begins. The second novel of Bussi's to be translated to English is Black Water Lilies. A novel set in Giverny in Claude Monet's gardens. A man found murdered sets it all off. … Continue reading Black Water Lilies – Michel Bussi