Review: Crooked House

Rating: 4 Stars There was a crooked man and he went a crooked mile.  He found a crooked sixpence beside a crooked stile. He had a crooked cat which caught a crooked mouse, And they all lived together in a little crooked house. Agatha Christie herself admitted to being partial to Crooked House and called it one of... Continue Reading →

Review: Lethal White

Rating: 3.5 Stars I think it was a mistake to read this book right after reading Career Of Evil. For one, I kept wanting to read one more page till I realized that I had spent all night reading it, and for another, it was not because of the mystery but because I just wanted... Continue Reading →

Review: Career Of Evil

Rating: 4 Stars First of all, I don't know why I didn't read this book earlier, considering I have had this one since it came out in 2015. My excuse is that I made the mistake of reading reviews which said that it ended on a cliffhanger, and that it would be years before the... Continue Reading →

Review: Need To Know

Rating: 3.75 Stars This book really took me by surprise! I don't know why I bought it, maybe because there wasn't much choice at the time, but I'm so glad that I did. This is one book that all fans of suspense, thrills and espionage should read. That it is written by a former CIA... Continue Reading →

Review: Lying In Wait

Rating: 3.5 Stars Warning: Spoilers Lying In Wait, by Liz Nugent, introduces us to Lydia Fitzsimons, a woman with the perfect life. She lives in a beautiful mansion with her husband and son, both of whom love her unconditionally. Yet Lydia is not satisfied. She wants something more, and her husband will do anything to... Continue Reading →

Review: Our Kind Of Cruelty

Rating: 3 Stars Our Kind of Cruelty by Araminta Hall, is more the diary of a crazy, twisted individual, than an actual story. It is narrated by Mike Hayes while he is in prison awaiting a murder trial. His lawyer has asked him to pen down his story as seen from his perspective, and Mike... Continue Reading →

Review: Final Girls

  Rating: 4.5 Stars Like all hyped books, I thought Final Girls by Riley Sager would be another average read, another book being compared to Gone Girl, another thriller with predictable twists. Thankfully, this time I was wrong. And to be fair, Stephen King didn't say it was like Gone Girl, he said that if... Continue Reading →

Review: The Good Girl

Rating: 3 Stars I had been thinking about reading The Good Girl by Mary Kubica for a long time. It seemed to be a favourite on Instagram. I was a bit disappointed with it though. First off, there were comparisons to Gone Girl, which is never a good thing. A book should be original and... Continue Reading →

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