God of Malice (Legacy of Gods, #1) by Rina Kent was like watching an accident that horrified and left me enthralled at the same time
The Death Sculptor by Chris Carter is not for everybody’s consumption but those who do will agree that the plot has magic to it.
The Caller by Chris Carter is pretty intense and sinister to keep your insides from churning but at the same time, is a thorough page-turner
I couldn’t relate to the main character. In fact, None of the characters. So that’s why Anatomy by Dana Schwartz wasn’t the best read for me.
Within These Wicked Walls by Lauren Blackwood is a pretty happening book. I think that’s best to define it.
Vespertine by Margaret Rogerson wasn’t exactly what I was hoping for. Too many cryptic things and too many sub-layers.
The Night Stalker by Chris Carter needs a strong stomach and mind. Hold on because it is going to be one bloody ride but worth one.
The Executioner by Chris Carter is perfect for anybody who wouldn’t mind gruesome violence in their books. Read on for our take
Hell Bay by Kate Rhodes is set in a sleepy little remote island and the mystery and the plot takes on that mood as well. Very melancholic.
Good Girl Bad Blood by Holly Jackson delivers well on all the goodness of its prequel. There is an exciting new mystery in town.