Happy Thursday, my lovely peeps🐥! This week's book review: Righteous Prey by John Sandford!
This week's review features the third and final installment of the Fellowship Trilogy, The Pastor by David Scott Meyers!
It's time for this week's review and for today's post, we're featuring Bloody Genius by John Sandford!
Today's post: A book review for the fourth installment of the Clay Edison series, The Burning by Jonathan and Jess Kellerman.
Today's post features a book review for a cozy mystery that I obtained from NetGalley, Murder in the Village by Lisa Cutts!
Having finished the book at 11pm tonight, I never got to the review. I guess that'll be for next post. So, in lieu of the review that's to come, enjoy the spotlight for "We Are 100" by Nathan Timmel
My first full audiobook, my first Ryker book, and my first Rob Sinclair read. This book is full of firsts and it's one wild ride with a handful of twists and intense action.
Book Name: Mordecai's AshesSeries: Larsson Investigations Book: 1Author: Arlana CraneBook Type: Physical > PaperbackPages: 350Genre: Fiction, Mystery, Mystery Thriller, Suspense Disclaimer: A copy of this book was provided to me, by the author, in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions in this review are of my own.A big thank you to Arlana … Continue reading Mordecai’s Ashes [Book Review]
It’s Teaser Tuesday! A weekly bookish meme hosted by The Purple Booker where all you have to do is to grab your current read, pick a random page, and select a non-spoiler sentence or two (from somewhere on that page) to share! If you enjoy the teaser, you might even want to add it to your own … Continue reading Teaser Tuesday 12-15-20
To me, there’s two kinds of good: the "devoured in a single sitting good" and the “I want to savor every page" good and Red Hail was the latter. Book Name: Red HailSeries: Standalone Book: N/AAuthor: Jamie KillenBook Type: Ebook > Kindle Obtained: Review RequestPages: 356Genre: Mystery, Mystery Thriller, Sci-FiRating: 5/5 A copy of this book … Continue reading Red Hail [Book Review]