Book Reviews · My Musings

A trio of rereads: The Whisper Man by Alex North, The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor, The Taking of Annie Thorne by CJ Tudor.

Reading has been very hit-and-miss for me this year, blame the pandemic, blame my own demons, blame life, but for whatever reason, while I've never been the fastest reader, I have really struggled reading since the end of 2020. So, as I have taken a step back from blogging (I still post occasionally) I decided… Continue reading A trio of rereads: The Whisper Man by Alex North, The Chalk Man by CJ Tudor, The Taking of Annie Thorne by CJ Tudor.

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Judas Horse by Lynda La Plante Book Review.

Judas Horse. Lynda La Plante. 320 pages. Crime / Thriller / Police Procedural. Book Blurb. 'Do you know what a Judas Horse is? When the wild mustangs are running free, you corral one and train it. When he's ready, you release him and he'll bring his team back into the corral - like Judas betraying… Continue reading Judas Horse by Lynda La Plante Book Review.

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Deity by Matt Wesolowski Book Review.

Deity (Six Stories #5). Matt Wesolowski. 320 pages. Mystery / Thriller / Psychological Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. A shamed pop star A devastating fire Six witnesses Six stories Which one is true? When pop megastar Zach Crystal dies in a fire at his remote mansion, his mysterious demise rips open the… Continue reading Deity by Matt Wesolowski Book Review.

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If It Bleeds by Stephen King Book Review.

If It Bleeds. Stephen King. 384 pages. Crime / Thriller / Mystery / Horror / Short Story Collection. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. A collection of four uniquely wonderful long stories, including a stand-alone sequel to the No. 1 bestseller┬áThe Outsider. News people have a saying: 'If it bleeds, it leads'. And a… Continue reading If It Bleeds by Stephen King Book Review.

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Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald Book Review.

Ash Mountain. Helen Fitzgerald. 211 pages. Disaster Thriller. My Rating: Hellyeah Book Review. Book Blurb. Fran hates her hometown, and she thought she'd escaped. But her father is ill, and needs care. Her relationship is over, and she hates her dead-end job in the city, anyway. She returns home to nurse her dying father, her… Continue reading Ash Mountain by Helen Fitzgerald Book Review.