Book Reviews

Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes

The obsessed guy from You – Caroline Kepnes Book Review is back! And he's as psycho as ever! He's insane and he's happy about it. Caroline Kepnes delivers a more riveting, more chilling, more fascinating sophomore novel as our favorite sociopath Joe Goldberg takes on Hollywood… suspenseful, charming and unexpectedly poetic…With her singular style, endearing antihero and… Continue reading Hidden Bodies by Caroline Kepnes

Dean Koontz

One Door Away from Heaven * Dean Koontz

I couldn't make up anything as weird as what is. In a dusty trailer park on the far edge of the California dream, Michelina Bellsong contemplates the choices she has made. At twenty-eight, she wants to change the direction of her troubled life but can’t find her way—until a new family settles into the rental… Continue reading One Door Away from Heaven * Dean Koontz

Dean Koontz

Darkness under the sun * Dean Koontz

Darkness Under the Sun is a short novella that introduces, Alton Turner Blackwood, the brutal killer in his novel What the Night Knows, which was also published in 2010. The novella brings Blackwood to a small town where he terrorizes a teenaged boy. Unwittingly the boy precipitates a ruthless change in Blackwood's murderous compulsion. Although… Continue reading Darkness under the sun * Dean Koontz

Stephen King

L.T.’s Theory of Pets * Stephen King short story

I love a story with a twist. And this one is about a quarreling couple who own a cat and a dog. LT and Lulu got each other the pet they wanted most to celebrate their anniversary together. The problem was that the dog that she got him took to her more than him and… Continue reading L.T.’s Theory of Pets * Stephen King short story

Stephen King

Stephen King * 11/22/63 Book review

I must say I love this book. It's hefty in size but unlike Under the dome, Insomnia or Needful Things, it wasn't filled with unnecessary description of people and places but filled with stories about life and change. And in the middle of it, the question: If you were able to change history, would you do… Continue reading Stephen King * 11/22/63 Book review

Book Reviews

Perfume – The story of a Murderer by Patrick-Süskind book review

Never could I have imagined the manner in which the story would be presented, the life that was given to the world of our "hero" and the total contrast this made with his own inhumanity. I have rarely felt so distant and estranged from a book character, which totally reflects his position in his world,… Continue reading Perfume – The story of a Murderer by Patrick-Süskind book review

Book Reviews

Dear Amy * Helen Callaghan Book review

In her guise as 'Dear Amy', agony aunt for a local newspaper, Margot Lewis has dealt with all sorts of letters - but never one like this... Dear Amy, I've been kidnapped by a strange man. I don't know where I am. Please help me, Bethan Avery This must be a cruel hoax. Because Bethan… Continue reading Dear Amy * Helen Callaghan Book review

Book Reviews

Jeffrey Archer * To Cut a Long Story Short Book review

I have never been so enthralled to hear 14 short stories of Jeffrey Archer again (after the deceptively good Cat O'Nine Tales). Had this as an audiobook playing in my car while driving up north and the entire journey was made ever so entertaining! Short stories — To Cut a Long Story Short: Death Speaks… Continue reading Jeffrey Archer * To Cut a Long Story Short Book review

Excerpts

Remembering a murder – Excerpt from Alias Grace – Margaret Atwood

I said that I remembered some of the things I did. But there are other things they said I did, which I said I could not remember at all. Did he say, I saw you outside at night, in your nightgown, in the moonlight? Did he say, Who were you looking for? Was it a… Continue reading Remembering a murder – Excerpt from Alias Grace – Margaret Atwood