Kisscut: Review

When you finish a Karin Slaughter book it sort of sits with you. Those gory details don’t really go away, or leave your mind. So, the only way I knew how to forget the details of Blindsighted was to dive right into Kisscut. I had started this book first before realizing that it was the … More Kisscut: Review

Blindsighted: Review

Karin Slaughter has made it on my must-reads list after Pretty Girls sunk its claws into me. I like that her novels are not predictable and hook you within the first few pages of the book. After looking over her titles, I picked up a few, including Kisscut, a book about a teenage quarrel that … More Blindsighted: Review

The Woman in Cabin 10: Review

It can be overwhelming to pick a new book to read. I want to ensure whatever I pick is going to keep my interest, and that I’m going to be sucked in the world created, or what’s the point really. Nothing pisses me off more than when I must force myself to finish a book, … More The Woman in Cabin 10: Review

Pretty Girls: Review

I’ve caught the thriller bug. And I’m so happy that I picked up Pretty Girls by Karin Slaughter, because this psychological thrill ride had me glued to its pages. I will give one warning, that wasn’t anywhere on the book – it’s pretty graphic. As in, I physically covered my face at a few points … More Pretty Girls: Review

All the Missing Girls: Review

All the Missing Girls by Megan Miranda is a suspenseful, psychological thriller, told in the most unique way. Having read and enjoyed The Girl on the Train, I thought I would buy another recommended thriller and came across this one. I hesitated at first, as it was compared – very heavily – to Gone Girl. … More All the Missing Girls: Review