3rd Degree by James Patterson and Andrew Gross {Book Review}

The third book in the Women's Murder Club series, 3rd Degree, is one of my more liked books so far. Okay, it did leave me throwing around some curse words during a couple of scenes in the book, but all for the right reasons. The Women’s Murder Club series follows four successful women, putting their heads together … Continue reading 3rd Degree by James Patterson and Andrew Gross {Book Review}

Dying to Read by Lorena McCourtney {Book Review}

I bought this book based on two silly reasons.I saw the word SALE and the cover has my favourite colour all over it. I know those aren't the best reasons so buy books, but hey, we all do some weird stuff every now and then. It's a Christian fiction novel, the first of the genre … Continue reading Dying to Read by Lorena McCourtney {Book Review}

The Rosary Girls by Richard Montanari {Book Review}

I have never heard of Richard Montanari before picking up this book at a second-hand bookstore. For one, the cover is what got my attention, it was very low priced and I just scanned the back of the book before adding it to the pile I was taking home. I got lucky with this one! … Continue reading The Rosary Girls by Richard Montanari {Book Review}

2nd Chance by James Patterson and Andrew Gross {Book Review}

The review for the second book of the Women's Murder Club series is here! I did enjoy the first book in the series enough to continue with the series; so far so good! The Women’s Murder Club series follows four successful women, putting their heads together as they navigate through crime scenes, love scenes and other personal … Continue reading 2nd Chance by James Patterson and Andrew Gross {Book Review}

The Scarpetta Factor by Patricia Cornwell {Book Review}

A few years back, I read two of Patricia Cornwell's books from the Kay Scarpetta series and I was instantly hooked. Good thrillers with a medical twist are always a good mix. The first book of the series Postmortem, was published in 1990 with the series ending with Chaos in 2016. I'm still playing catch … Continue reading The Scarpetta Factor by Patricia Cornwell {Book Review}