Book Review: Close to Home

I have finished reading the fifth installment in the Tracy Crosswhite series. For now, it is the final installment. There is a sixth book, but it is not due to come out until the summer of 2018. I know, I'm disappointed too. I hate waiting for books to come out - part of the reason... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Trapped Girl

I have completed another installment in the Tracy Crosswhite series by Robert Dugoni! It's been a while since I've been truly hooked on a book series and I am loving this. Wow, this book. It was twists and turns and unexpected moves from beginning to end! I loved following Tracy as she investigated a mysterious... Continue Reading →

Book Review: In the Clearing

The third book in the Tracy Crosswhite Series, In the Clearing by Robert Dugoni takes us between the big city of Seattle and the small town world of Klickitat County, Washington. Throughout this captivating book, Tracy works on two seemingly unrelated murder cases, one fresh and one cold. Dugoni's series continues to captivate me and leave... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Her Final Breath

Her Final Breath by Robert Dugoni is the second of six books in the Tracy Crosswhite Series. As a kid, I wanted to be a detective. Or a spy. Something where I could investigate crimes, solve mysteries, and find murderers. I even went through this phase where I spent all of my allowance money on... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Coming Clean

I am utterly fascinated by people. The minute I meet a person, I want to know their whole life story. What led them up to this point? Why are they here? How did their personality develop? What significant events have occurred in their life? What pain have they been through? What joy? How did they... Continue Reading →

Book Review: My Sister’s Grave

Suspenseful, exciting, and interesting down to the last page, My Sister's Grave by Robert Dugoni was a great read. The first in the Tracy Crosswhite series, I look forward to continue to follow this storyline. Dugoni writes compelling characters and keeps you in suspense.  Tracy Crosswhite's sister, Sarah, disappeared twenty years ago and was presumed. Her... Continue Reading →

Book Review: P.S. From Paris

P.S. From Paris by Marc Levy was originally written in French and translated into English. The story is a cute, easy read. It didn't rock my world, but it wasn't horrible. It was one of those books that you want to stick through to the end because you want to know the end, but you... Continue Reading →

Book Review: When I’m Gone

When I'm Gone is not the first novel by Emily Bleeker that I have read. I read her book, Wreckage, not long after it was published in 2015. Bleeker has a knack for writing stories about people laden with secrets and slowly unraveling those hidden things throughout her story. This book holds an ending that... Continue Reading →

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