Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

Memory Man by David Baldacci

I’ve heard a lot of good things about this author and I wanted to start a new mystery series. So I decided to start with this book. It is the first one to be written and I have no idea when the next one will be out (hopefully soon!) but I’m excited to give it a go! What would you…

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Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

Blood on Snow by Jo Nesbo

I waited almost a whole two months to read this book. During that time, I heard lots of raving reviews about this novel and this author, making me even more anxious to read it. I was so eager to read it that I started reading it while I was working (I’m so lucky that no one caught me doing that)!…

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Contemporary, Family, Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

Her by Harriet Lane

I read this book on a whim and finished it quite quickly. It felt like quite a short book and was a page-turner. Anyways, here is my review. Emma is a tired mother of a toddler who is expecting her second child. When she gave up her career as a news reporter to be a stay-at-home mom, she hadn’t expected…

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Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

The Forgotten Girl by Sara Blaedel

I was waiting for sooooo long for this murder mystery that I had almost forgotten about it. But after having read it, I can honestly say that it is one of the best books I’ve read this week! Louise Rick is an investigator who has signed up with a new division that handles all odd cases. And her first case…

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Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

The Woods by Harlan Coben

So I loves this author so much that I rushed to get my hands on another book of his. And this was just as good as the last one! One summer camp night, Paul Copeland’s sister and 3 other teenagers went into the forest and disappeared. Twenty years later, he is still grieving for his sister. Paul is now a…

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Family, Fiction, Mystery/Thriller

The Stranger by Harlan Coben

One of my biggest problems reading any mystery or crime novel is that they are usually part of a huge series. Sometimes, the title that catches my eye is book #22 and then that means that I have to read all of the previous books before I can read that one (I hate not reading a series in order). To…

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