• Thriller Book Reviews

    Not a Sound

    Before I begin this review, let me start by saying that service dogs are awesome. Dogs in general are awesome but this book is a prime example of why service dogs are absolutely amazing and deserve all of the love and praise for all that they do. The story follows Amelia, a former ER nurse left deaf after a horrible accident that is struggling to get her life back together. I greatly appreciated how delicately the subjects of disability, depression, and alcoholism are handled in this book. Amelia is both a sympathetic character and an admirable one, actively learning how to carry on and create a new life for herself…

  • Thriller Book Reviews

    Little Lies

    It seems like I either love or hate Gudenkauf’s work and there is rarely any in between. She has a reoccurring theme of females investigating crimes and having access to information that they really shouldn’t and it can either be small enough that it can be forgiven or it can ruin the entire story. What bothered me the most about this book was how poor of a representation Ellen Moore is of a social worker. Just think, if it was you or your own children that were involved in a case, would you want the CPS worker talking to other people idly about it? Carelessly giving personal information out even…


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