Safe by S.K. Barnett
Missing for twelve years,
Jenny's come home. Safe at last!
Or is it all lies?
Psychological thriller .... 319 pages .... 3.5/5 stars.
Murder at Queen's Landing by Andrea Penrose
Murder. Missing friends. Math.
It's another mystery for
Wrexford and Charlotte.
Historical fiction/mystery .... 360 pages .... 4/5 stars.
(I love this series!)
In the Dark by Loreth Anne White
Eight guests haunted by
past lies are now hunted in a
twisted game of death.
Psychological thriller .... 399 pages .... 4.5/5 stars.
All these books sound intriguing; and I enjoyed In the Dark so much! Loreth Anne White is now my must-read author. :)ReplyDelete
In the Dark was awesome! I have another of her books, In the Waning Light on hold for me at the library right now. :)Delete
This is a really neat idea for a post.ReplyDelete
The books look to be intriguing.
Thanks! My haiku reviews were born one day when I was feeling too lazy to write a real review. And they're also really fun to do. :DDelete
Nice! My favorite haiku is the first one, but I'm likeliest to read the Penrose.ReplyDelete
I love Penrose's series with Wrexford and Charlotte. They've all been really good reads. :)Delete
All of these sound so good! I'm especially intrigued by Murder at Queen's Landing. That series is on my wishlist. :)ReplyDelete
Definitely start with the first book! :DDelete
I really like the Wrexford and Sloan series, and that cover is especially nice!ReplyDelete
It's a great series, isn't it? :DDelete
In the Dark sounds great!ReplyDelete
It was so good!Delete
The Wrexford and Sloan series sounds interesting. I'll have to look into that series.ReplyDelete
I really like that series, mostly because of the characters. The time period is fun, too. :)Delete
That's a fun way to talk about books.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Mary! :)Delete
Ooh Safe sounds good! Actually all of these do...ReplyDelete
Safe was a fun and fast read. :)Delete
Loved In the Dark, too! I felt like it had an Agatha Christie feel to it. :)ReplyDelete
It kind of does, doesn't it? I'm really liking Loreth Anne White's books. :DDelete
I really need to read In the Dark. I bought it when it came out but books on my Kindle tend to get lost in the shuffle!ReplyDelete
I know how it is to "lose books in the shuffle"; happens to me all the time. :)Delete
These all sound great!ReplyDelete
I got lucky this time around. :)Delete
All of these sound good, but especially Murder at Queen's Landing. I am glad you enjoyed it!ReplyDelete
That's become one of my favorite series mostly because of how much I love all the characters. :DDelete
Haiku goodness! Safe sounds good!!ReplyDelete
It was! The ending wasn't completely unguessable, but I had fun reading it. :)Delete
Both books look interesting. In particular, my wife tends to like these kinds of thrillers so I will point het in the direction of these books.ReplyDelete
In the Dark is especially good. It kept me reading late into the night. :)Delete
Looks like IN THE DARK is one I'm definitely going to have to check out. Sounds like my kind of book!ReplyDelete
I thought it was a very well-written mystery/psychological thriller. :)Delete
One of these days I'm going to give Haiku reviews a try. I need to if I want to catch up on the back log of reviews that I have! haha. Great job as usual. Really want to read the Andrea Penrose series.ReplyDelete
That series is so much fun! And Haiku reviews are great for when you don't have the time or inclination for writing a 'real' review. That's why I do them so often. ;DDelete
Oh wow, I love the sound of In the Dark - my favorite genre.ReplyDelete
It's the second book by Loreth Anne White that I've read and she's fast becoming a favorite author. In The Barren Ground is also really good! :)Delete