Tag: suspense

May 24

Book Review: Watch Me Disappear

Watch Me Disappear by Janelle Brown I think this book is up there with GONE GIRL or GIRL ON THE TRAIN for mystery/suspense novels. The main difference is that there doesn’t seem to be physical danger involved for the protagonist. It involves two main point of view characters, a man Jonathan and his daughter Olive. …

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Jul 10

Book Review – The Dinner

The Dinner by Herman Koch “It was okay” is the phrase which most accurately describes how I feel about this book. It was described as Europe’s answer to GONE GIRL (a book I very much enjoyed). I was wondering how a book that was not an epistolary from the viewpoint of a missing woman could …

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Jul 08

Book Review – Winter People

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon I really liked this book, and am glad that I have found a new author to follow when I’m in the mood for something creepy and dark. I think “winter people” are like the opposite of “summer people” which is to say, the opposite of people who are only …

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