After reading all of Ruth Ware’s other books, I came back to reading her debut novel, In a Dark, Dark Wood,
Ruth Ware is back!
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.
Ruth Ware is back with a haunting tale of family secret, magpies, decrepit old houses, and maybe even murder.
In honor of her new book, The Death of Mrs Westaway, let’s take a look at the other works by the woman dubbed the Agatha Christie of modern times
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.
Like many other people, I’m doing the PopSugar reading challenge this year to try and be more targeted in my TBR pile
February is over! How did that happen so fast? I feel like January took six months and February took an hour. I started my internship at a publishing company in NYC this month, so while I’ve had a lot of time on trains, I’ve also been reading a lot of things that aren’t published (or…
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