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Title: Deceive Me Author: Karen Cole Release Date: July 1, 2019 Rating: 5 Stars I've read hundreds (possibly thousands) of thrillers/mysteries, and I've written several of them as well. In other words, it takes a lot for a thriller to truly shock me, but Deceive Me did exactly that. And I don't just mean in … Continue reading Book Review: Deceive Me
Title: The Dead Girls Club Author: Damien Angelica Walters Release Date: December 10, 2019 Genre: Horror/Thriller Rating: 5 Stars Damien Angelica Walters is one of my favorite literary horror writers. In her latest book, The Dead Girls Club, Walters veers a bit more toward a standard horror thriller without losing the brilliant turns of a … Continue reading The Dead Girls Club (Book Review)
The Haunting of Cabin Green was a novel that instantly caught my attention and from the very first page I could tell I was in for a literary treat. Exceptionally written and beautifully descriptive you will find yourself inside the Cabin Green in no time. The author does a wonderful job of pulling you in … Continue reading Latest Review: The Haunting of Cabin Green