I am pretty good at handling awkward situations, but I’ll admit that one of the weirdest moments of my life was surviving the Gone Girl oral scene in a movie theatre with my grandparents.
If you love true crime and binge-watching Forensic Files, I’ll Be Gone in the Dark is a must read.
One of my goals this year was to do the A-Z Movie Challenge where you watch a movie beginning with every letter of the alphabet and I finally finished
Amber Reynolds wants you to know three things. 1) She is in a coma 2) Her husband doesn’t love her anymore 3) Sometimes she lies.
If you love suspense-thrillers like Gone Girl, Emma in the Night, and the Woman in the Window, you’re going to love Clare Mackintosh’s books.
It’s twisted fiction, but Our Kind of Cruelty is a story you won’t be able to put down.
Female-driven suspense plots abound with Megan Miranda, and she’s becoming a go-to name is suspense fiction
Agoraphobia, bottles and bottles of wine, and new neighbors. What could possibly go wrong? Well, for Anna Fox, just about everything.
If you loved Gone Girl, Emma in the Night, Final Girls, or any female driven suspense thriller in the past five years, you’re going to love Gilly Macmillan.
Gone Girl became a cultural phenomenon a couple years ago, and ever since, thrillers and suspense novels have billed themselves as “the next Gone Girl.” These books are five of the best “Gone Girl-esque” books that I’ve read since Gone Girl that have truly kept me on the edge of my seat.