Review: Case Histories // A Case of the “Not For Me”

Review by Mary Kat Rating: 😻😻 /5Recommend for: This wasn't a good fit for me, so I'm not sure. If you enjoyed this one, let me know in the comments! A Case of the "Not For Me" SPOILERS AHEAD! Continue at your own risk. Intro Case Histories by Kate Atkinson is a book I was … Continue reading Review: Case Histories // A Case of the “Not For Me”

Review: The Silent Patient // Screams Breakout Hit

Review by Mary Kat Rating: 😻😻😻😻😻 /5Recommend for: Lovers of thrillers, mysteries, and psychological dramas, must-read! Intro The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides rocked my world, to put it simply. It was so fun and thrilling that I could not put it down. Of course, that's a clichΓ©, but what else is there to say? Sometimes a … Continue reading Review: The Silent Patient // Screams Breakout Hit

Review: The Sentence is Death // But the Review is a Rave

Review by Mary Kat Rating: 😻😻😻😻 /5Recommend for: Fans of whodunnits and those in mood for a light, fun read Good advice for murder mysteries: watch your step (and your back) Intro The Sentence is Death by Anthony Horowitz is the second in the Hawthorne series and manages to surpass its predecessor. As usual for … Continue reading Review: The Sentence is Death // But the Review is a Rave

Review: My Sister, The Serial Killer // Sisters, Killers, and The Trauma That Binds

Review by Mary Kat Rating: 😻😻😻😻😻 /5Recommend for: Those in the mood for a funny and deliciously dark read Sisters, Killers, and The Trauma That Binds Intro My Sister, The Serial Killer by Oyinkan Braithwaite is a deliciously dark and funny book that I devoured in less than a day. The book centers on two … Continue reading Review: My Sister, The Serial Killer // Sisters, Killers, and The Trauma That Binds

Review: Magpie Murders // A Russian Doll of Mysteries

Review by Mary Kat Rating: 😻😻😻😻 /5Recommend for: Fans of classic British mysteries A Russian Doll of Mysteries Intro Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz is a veritable Russian nesting doll of a book. The novel is first introduced by a fictional book editor Susan Ryeland, but her pages -- a puzzling introduction warning about a … Continue reading Review: Magpie Murders // A Russian Doll of Mysteries