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Where the Crawdads Sing–Delia Owens
This book has some of the most amazing, beautiful description I’ve ever read, as well as a murder mystery to push things along. Highly recommend for everyone!
sHotgun lovesongs– Nickolas Butler
This is the kind of book that makes me jealous as an author. Incredible writing, real characters, and gripping tension. My favorite read of 2020!
Empire Falls– Richard Russo
This is one of the best small-town books I’ve ever read, and touches on so many emotions. A perfectly written, exquisitely detailed read.
Here to Stay– Mark Edwards
Part 1 of catching up on Mark Edwards releases. This one is really good, a bit predictable at times, but another great thriller.
The House Guest– Mark Edwards
Part 2 of catching up on Mark Edwards releases. A wild ride throughout, and one of the weirder books he’s written. Enjoyable, for sure, but not what I expected.
I sat on this review for three weeks… and I still think this is the best book I’ve ever read. Anyone know a book club/therapy group?
Because She Loves Me–Mark Edwards
Possibly my favorite Mark Edwards book, this entire book seems to be a twisting plot and a thrilling story.
First book I’ve read from this author. Very entertaining. One of the better “bestsellers” I’ve read.
A great, frightening book that has more secrets than a big, old, scary castle.
Killing Cupid–Louise Voss and Mark Edwards
Another fantastic book by this duo, which keeps producing great, character-driven books.
A great book by Mark Edwards; one of the best urban horrors.
An intriguing, action-packed horror novel with lots of deaths.
By an unknown, once-indie author Ike Hamill, this book was a complete and pleasant surprise.
The Girl on the Train–Paula Hawkins
An awesome book, except for the last two or three chapters.
The Strange Case Of Dr. jekyll and Mr. HYDE–robert Louis Stevenson
A classic, but it holds up surprisingly well. One of the first multiple-personality twists
Forward Slash–Louise Voss and Mark Edwards
This book really shows the dark side of internet dating, and strangers in general.
Follow You Home–Mark Edwards
An intriguing prospect, but not quite as excellent as Edwards’ other work.
The ultimate murder-mystery. Think Clue + Sherlock Holmes
The first story really is legendary.
Leave This Place–Spike Black
A fast-paced, entertaining read that will suck you in.
Excessively long, barely scary.
Book 2 of the action-packed, mysterious series by Robert Dugoni.
One of the most underrated books I’ve ever read. This one deserves a lot more reads.
The first book in this mysterious, thrilling series.
Just a ton of short book reviews in the link.