The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn is one of those books with so much buzz that you have to read it. The story is described as a twisty, powerful Hitchcockian thriller about an agoraphobic woman who believes she witnessed a crime in a neighboring house. Sign me up for this one.
The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy is a twisty beach read. It’s part social commentary about first-time moms and part thriller. There’s more than meets the eye with this one. The following book club questions will have spoilers so if you haven’t read the novel yet, check out my preview and review first.
I could not put down The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy. As a result, I’m really tired and drinking more coffee than normal. But it was worth it, I had to know how it would end. And it definitely surprised me.
The Perfect Mother by Aimee Molloy is one of the most anticipated reads of 2018. The book has already been optioned for a movie starring and produced by Kerry Washington. So, definitely a lot of buzz for this one.
Tangerine by Christine Mangan is a retro take on psychological suspense. It’s a combination of The Talented Mr. Ripley story and Hitchcock films rolled into one novel. Tangerine wasn’t as twisty as some modern-day thrillers but there are some chilling moments and it kept my interest to the end.
The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll is a crazy, wild ride from start to finish. It’s part suspense, murder mystery, commentary on reality TV culture, with complicated women dynamics all rolled into a unique read. This one lives up to the hype and more.
The Favorite Sister by Jessica Knoll is one of the most anticipated reads of the summer. Knoll’s debut novel, Luckiest Girl Alive, was an instant New York Times bestseller and the bestselling debut novel of 2015. Intrigued to see what’s in store for The Favorite Sister.
Tangerine by Christine Mangan is a thriller on everyone’s must-read list for 2018. Descriptions of the novel include “Hitchcockian, exotic, haunting, suspenseful, eerie, etc.” and it’s set to become a movie produced by George Clooney and tentatively staring Scarlett Johansson. With thrillers, the less you know the better. For instance, with Gone Girl, I knew …