Review: Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco

Victorian England. London is stunned by the horribly terrifying murders of young women. The murderer not only hunts his victims on the dark streets of London but he also cruelly cuts open their bodies. Scotland Yard comes to a dead end, with no clues that can lead them to the monster, they desperately search for…

Review: The Chemist by Stephenie Meyer

It’s like the difference between… between reading about gravity and then falling for the first time. Alex is in hiding. For three years she hasn’t stayed too long in one place, she has never used the same name twice and three times she was almost killed. Once she was a brilliant chemist working for the…

Review: The Woman in the Window by A. J. Finn

You can hear someone’s secrets and their fears and their wants, but remember that these exist alongside other people’s secrets and fears, people living in the same room. Anna didn’t leave her house for over a year. After a very traumatic experience, she hides in her safe place, her house in New York, with her…

Review: The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine

“This was the kind of home that was safely hidden from the eyes of those who could not afford to live this way. That’s what wealth does for you, she thought. It gives you the means and the power to remain concealed from the world if you choose – or if you need to.” Amber…

Review: Into the Water by Paula Hawkins

Beckford is a small English town in the middle of nowhere. It seems that every story is told in this town is about someone found dead in the river. For centuries, there were found women’s bodies in the Drowning Pool. The latest victims are teenage girl Katie and Nel, writer, photographer and mom to Katie’s…