Review of The Hidden by Bill Pronzini

A series of seemingly random murders along a fifty-mile stretch of the rugged northern California coast, committed by an unknown dubbed by the media the Coastline Killer. A young couple with marital problems, Shelby and Jay Macklin, who decide to spend the week between Christmas and New Year’s at a friend’s remote coastal cottage. Two […]

Review of Prisoners in the Palace by Michaela MacColl

Thanks to LibraryThing Early Reviewers for providing me a review copy of this book! It was much appreciated! London, 1838. Sixteen-year-old Liza’s dreams of her society debut are dashed when her parents are killed in an accident. Penniless, she accepts the position of lady’s maid to young Princess Victoria and steps unwittingly into the gossipy […]

Book Blogger Hop 4/22

Today’s Question is: “If you find a book you love, do you hunt down other books by the same author?” – Yes! of course! chances are their writing is consistent so you’re bound to be reading an awesome book each time. I also give authors that I didn’t enjoy a second chance. Everybody deserves one. […]

Review of Gentlemen by Michael Northrop

The cover is what got my attention the most.  It looks creepy and I thought the book might be an interesting read. You gotta love YA covers. They’re just awesome.  However they can be deceiving…. Micheal, Tommy, Mixer, and Bones aren’t just from the wrong side of the tracks–they’re from the wrong side of everything. […]

Review of Alice in Zombieland

Thank you Sourcebooks for providing me a copy of this book! I have this soft spot for these kinds of books. Plus I like zombies. Who doesn’t? honestly? 🙂 When little Alice follows the Black Rat down into the open grave, she falls and falls, and soon finds herself in an undead nightmare. Following the […]

Review of The Midwife of Venice by Roberta Rich

I think I found a new area of historical fiction that I am starting to like the more I read about it. Anything to do with Italy in the 16th century. Anything to do with Italy back then is something I have to look through and read. It’s an amazing era. How did I ever […]

Review of White Cat by Holly Black

Cassel comes from a family of curse workers — people who have the power to change your emotions, your memories, your luck, by the slightest touch of their hands. And since curse work is illegal, they’re all mobsters, or con artists. Except for Cassel. He hasn’t got the magic touch, so he’s an outsider, the […]