Greenwich Park – Katherine Faulkner || This was definitely a slow burn book for me. I enjoyed the mystery, and the small twist at the end, but I did have a really hard time getting into it. Once I did, I had to know what was going on. Plus, I love a good book set in England.
The Good Sister – Sally Hepworth || Holy cow can Hepworth write a suspense novel. I loved this book so much. They dynamic between the two sisters, and the way the plot developed to let you know where the true crazy lay was so good. I’m also always here for a creepy epilogue, and this book provided it. Definitely pick it up if it’s your thing.
The Mother Next Door – Tara Laskowski || This one took me a minute to get into – it was relatively slow-paced. It held my attention enough to read it in one sitting, but the queen bee neighborhood moms with secrets has, for me, worn out its welcome. It did take place during my favorite of Halloween, so the creepy mystery fit right in to the setting. It was a quick read that had some good surprises.
Memorial – Bryan Washington || This is another one of those not for everyone books, but I absolutely loved it. A man is left with his boyfriend’s mom, while the boyfriend goes back home to Asia to take care of his dying dad. This was such a good book about love, family and finding “home.” Love loved.
Falling – TJ Newman || For someone who is terrified of flying, I sure am a fan of books about them crashing. The pilot is faced with a dilemma when he is asked to either pick his family or a plane full of passengers. It was definitely fast-paced (and short!), and I couldn’t wait to see how it would all end up.
The Golden Couple – Greer Hendricks & Sarah Pekkanen || I didn’t want to stay up into the night finishing this book, but I did. I had to know what was going on. Definitely a fast -paced mystery/thriller type. I did guess at the “bad guy” early on, but it didn’t take anything away from the story. Read if mystery/thrillers are your jam.