What feels like a lifetime later, I finally finished the historical fiction mystery about the all too famous serial killer. Here are my thoughts on Kerri Maniscalco’s debut novel!continue reading
This is my second Agatha Christie & Hercule Poirot novel and I must admit – I’m becoming a kind of fan! I watched all three Hercule Poirot movies over the course of last week and now I’ve read two books – here are my thoughts on this story!continue reading
I am beyond excited that I made it – I finished my first Agatha Christie book in one day! And that must speak for the book! Here are my thoughts!continue reading
I am shattered. This book left me speechless. There have not been many books that have touched me in a way as ML Rio’s If We Were Villains has – here are my thoughts!continue reading
I was really anxious to read the finale book of the Charlotte Holmes series, but I shouldn’t have been worried. Here are my thoughts on Brittany Cavallaro’s A Question of Holmes!Continue reading
This book was one of the most odd yet fantastic books I’ve ever read. I’m certainly not the expert when it comes to contemporary let alone mysteries and crime, but this book did certainly leave a big impression. Here are my thoughts!Continue Reading
OMG I made it. After so many weeks of waiting and after so many days of reading I finally finished Maureen Johnson’s Truly Devious. Continue reading “Truly Devious – Review”
What’s a WATSON without his HOLMES? It’s actually a good question if thinking of the Reichenbachfall. Watson was clearly moving on but still held on to every memory that didn’t involve anything bad about his beloved Holmes – trying to hold on to the good stuff. Not quite in this book. After the tragic ending of The Last of August, the third novel of the Charlotte Holmes Series takes place one year after.