With undertones of a thriller, and, at times, a whodunnit, this true crime book explores the inner workings of a distraught, broken family as they weave in and out of the courtroom.
This true crime story is one of tragedy, violence and the ugly side of human nature, but I didn’t feel connected to the narrative.
This is the seventh post of a series about books written by women to give me an excuse to read more female authors.
My Cousin Rachel by Daphne du Maurier is not a book you should pick up if you like fairytales and happy endings. The same goes for Madeline Miller’s Circe, the retelling of the life of the Greek sorceress, the daughter of the sun.
This is the fifth post of a series about books written by women to give me an excuse to read more female authors.
Here are some other docs I find better to reserve for the daytime so you don’t stay up all night thinking about getting murdered or having an existential crisis.
Here's what I've been reading lately, from short horror stories to a novel about mysterious deaths in a small town to a semi-autobiographical account of George Orwell's life in poverty.
This twisted tale of a family desolved by a poisonous murderer is delightful and deadly.