Thank you NetGalley and Poisoned Pen Press for the chance to read and review The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill! The Woman in the Library came out on the 7th of June. This is not Sulari Gentill’s first book; she also has a 10 book long series Rowland Sinclair WWII Mysteries. The WomanContinue reading “The Woman in the Library by Sulari Gentill”
I picked out The Impoverished Dowry because I love romance novels and this one had a terrific cover! It’s acknowledged in the book that Coral’s gowns are old-fashioned, but when they look that good who cares? This is a take on the historical fiction genre where we have a woman, Opal, who functions as the head of the family, and not just because her husband isn’t there, but because that’s their family tradition.
Hell Followed With Us by Andrew Joseph White is one of those books that lives up to all it’s hype! I was lucky enough to be approved via NetGalley, but I also joined the TBR and Beyond Tour!
Long story short; I loved this book, and its going into my top reads of 2022 shelf! I’m also going to have to check out the rest of Blake Audens books! This felt like a well thought out collection, with all the poems consistently good!
A Taste for Killing by Sarah Hawkswood came out on the 12th of May, and is book 10 in the Bradecote & Catchpoll series!
Soft and slow; perfect for a haunting.
“As my mother helped undress me with a gentleness that only increased my fear, I understood then why the first sin on this earth had been a murder. Among kin.” ~ Memphis by Tara M. Stringfellow
The book selects some of the best short pieces by some of these women which is a great way to check out different writers and see whose style might be to your taste before reading more by them.
Thank you, NetGalley for the chance to read and review the ARC for the graphic novel Silk Hills by Brian Level and Ryan Ferrier! General info about Silk Hills Silk Hills comes out on the 24th of May, 2022, and is published by Oni Press. It also looks like the first book in a series,Continue reading “Silk Hills by Brian Level, Ryan Ferrier & Kate Sherron | NetGalley Book Review”
This is so pretty and creepy I love it! I loved all the illustrations and stories about the fairies! My only complaint is that it’s too small; it should be at least 100 pages longer!