Whisper Network by Chandler Baker
Whisper Network is an undeniably important read. Built as a thriller, this book explores the daunting and intimidating task that lies ahead for women who have experienced any form of harassment by a man much higher up the career ladder than they are. Continue reading review.
Lock Every Door by Riley Sager
Easily his best book of the three he’s released thus far, Lock Every Door is Rosemary’s Baby for the modern audience. It embraces the same Gothic spirit and sense of dread. I literally could not put this book down if I tried. It demands your attention. Continue reading review.
Girls Like Us by Cristina Alger
Girls Like Us veers into FBI procedural territory. It is Alger’s richly descriptive prose and intricate plotting that elevates this novel to a compelling crime thriller. There is no confirmation that this novel is anything but a standalone; however, in my opinion, it is an excellent foundation story to set up a series, one I would fully support. Continue reading review.
All June Reviews
- [5 Jun] The Mother's Mistake by Ruth Heald ★★★★½
- [8 Jun] Storm and Fury (The Harbinger, #1) by Jennifer L. Armentrout ★½
- [14 Jun] Thirteen Across by Dan Grant ★★★★
- [17 Jun] Dear Wife by Kimberly Belle ★★★½
- [18 Jun] The Boy in the Photo by Nicole Trope ★★★★½
- [19 Jun] The Doctor by Lisa Stone ★★★½
- [20 Jun] The Guilty Friend by Joanne Sefton ★★★½
- [20 Jun] The Missing Wife by Sam Carrington ★½
- [22 Jun] Lock Every Door by Riley Sager ★★★★★
- [23 Jun] The Child Finder (Naomi Cottle, #1) by Rene Denfeld ★★
- [24 Jun] Girls Like Us by Cristina Alger ★★★★
- [25 Jun] The Friendship Pact by Alison James ★★★
- [29 Jun] Whisper Network by Chandler Baker ★★★★★
- [29 Jun] The Divorce by Victoria Jenkins ★½