Book Reviews

M. William Phelps Don’t Tell A Soul [Book Review]

M. William Phelps Don’t Tell A Soul [Book Review]STAR WITNESS YOU WON’T BE Cherry Walker was a kind-hearted 29-year-old who matured mentally slower than the rest of us, but that’s not to say she wasn’t smart. Cherry loved everyone and everyone who met Cherry loved her. Her one joy in life, besides kids and her parents, was getting her done on Saturdays. Cherry... Read More »

Tori Telfer’s Lady Killers [Book Review]

Tori Telfer’s Lady Killers [Book Review] FEMALE SERIAL KILLERS – SHE WAS NOT THE FIRST When people think of female serial killers, they automatically think of Aileen Wuornos. Why? Because in the day and age of television and newspapers and the media just wanting to get that piece of news out, she became well known while she was alive. But she... Read More »

Charlie Donlea’s The Girl Who Was Taken [Book Review]

Charlie Donlea’s The Girl Who Was Taken [Book Review]“The country was transfixed, not by the girl who was gone, but by the one who made it home.” The Girl Who Was Taken ABDUCTION, MEDICAL EXAMINER, AND A DEAD BODY Nicole Cutty and Megan McDonald (both seniors in high school) were kidnapped the same night but only Megan was able to escape her captor two... Read More »

Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Women

Ravensbruck: Life and Death in Hitler’s Concentration Camp for Womencourtesy of Amazon HOLOCAUST STUDIES I’ve been studying the Holocaust and learning about concentration camps for quiet a number of years. It started when the news showed ovens at a concentration camp. I believe it was Auschwitz, but I can’t be sure. I also can’t remember why the news was speaking of the ovens. It... Read More »

Patricia Dixon’s Over My Shoulder [Book Review]

Patricia Dixon’s Over My Shoulder [Book Review]    FREYA MEETS KANE Freya, an early 20 something female, has a good job with a good company. She also is in a relationship with Ronnie of about two years. Then she meets dashing Kane at her job when he is there to deliver her boss’s car to him. Not only is Kane dashing,... Read More »

Nicholas Nash’s The Girl At The Bar [Book Review]

Nicholas Nash’s The Girl At The Bar [Book Review]  CREATURE OF HABIT I’m very much a creature of habit when it comes to most things in life. This applies to the books I read as well. Not so much the genre, but the author. I usually like to read from authors I already know such as Ann Rule, Patricia Cornwell, M William Phelps... Read More »

M. William Phelps’s Obsessed [Book Review]

M. William Phelps’s Obsessed [Book Review]TRUE CRIME ANY TIME As an avid reader of anything true crime related, I am also a avid viewer of true crime shows. If told right, the show can keep you guessing even if you know who did it. I became, and still am, a fan of Ann Rule. This lady could write a true crime... Read More »

Paula Hawkins Girl On The Train [Book Review]

Paula Hawkins Girl On The Train [Book Review]  PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER BOOKS If you’re looking for a good psychological thriller with a twist, that’s also an easy read, then Paula Hawkins Girl on the Train  is the book for you. The last good mystery book or psychological thriller I’ve read that I absolutely enjoyed was Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. Another good one is The Keeper of... Read More »

Judy Blume’s In The Unlikely Event [Book Review]

Judy Blume’s In The Unlikely Event [Book Review] JUDY BLUME AND CHILDHOOD Judy Blume’s books are usually read by those in their younger years, like sixth, seventh and eighth grade and even into high schools for her most of her books are based during those times in a girl’s life. But they are also read by adults who wish to relive those days... Read More »

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Possible Spoiler) [Book Review]

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Possible Spoiler) [Book Review]GOODREADS FOR GOOD BOOKS I belong to a reading challenge group on @goodreads (not sure if I mentioned this in my last book review of Judy Blume’s In An Unlikely Event already already) and September’s book is The Perks of Being A Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky. I usually read my books via my iPhone or... Read More »

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