Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller, Mystery

The Wife Who Knew Too Much by Michele Campbell

Ages 18+

The Wife Who Knew Too Much

Tabitha Girard and Connor Ford dated when they were younger, and he broke her heart. To her, it meant more than just a summer fling. As it turns out, Connor married for money, but his heart always belonged to Tabitha. Years later, when Connor’s wife Nina takes her own life, Tabitha sets her sights on him again. She stops in her tracks, however, when she finds a diary written by Nina, who fears for her life: “If I die unexpectedly, blame Connor — and her.” Who is “her,” Tabitha wonders, and what secrets has Connor been hiding?

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.

 

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

The Wife Stalker by Liv Constantine

Ages 18+

The Wife Stalker

Piper Reynard needs to start over, so she packs her bags and heads to Westport, Connecticut. There, she meets Leo Drakos, and is instantly taken by him. Promptly ignoring his wedding ring, she is determined to become his wife.

Joanna is Leo’s ex who, after all these years, is happy that he has come out of his depression and returned to his normal self. He has been busy with his children, and Joanna is determined to scoop him back up. There’s just one problem – Piper beat her to it. Joanna is hell-bent on finding something, anything, in Piper’s past to drag her through the dirt, and boy, does she hit the jackpot. After her discovery, however, she begins to fear for Leo’s and the children’s lives and is on a mission to loosen them from Piper’s grip.

Thanks to Netgalley for a review copy of this book.  

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller, Mystery

The Family Upstairs by Lisa Jewell

Ages 18+

Libby Jones became an orphan at 6 months old. Now, at 25, she learns she has just inherited a house through a trust. She is now on a mission to uncover the story of her birth parents. In London, childhood friends Lucy and Clemency are headed to the very same house to discover secrets of their own. Jewell’s latest novel will keep readers on their toes until the very end!

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller, Mystery

Lock Every Door by Riley Sager

Ages 18+

Lock Every Door

Jules can’t believe her good luck when she finds a job “apartment sitting” at the Bartholomew and will get paid $4,000 a month for 3 months to do it. She is down on her luck and between jobs, so she jumps at the chance to interview for the position. She is so excited that she ignores big red flags that her best friend Chloe keeps warning her about, like the fact that she can’t leave the apartment at night, and she isn’t allowed any visitors. Then Jules meets Ingrid, a neighbor she becomes friendly with, who tells her the dark history of the Bartholomew. At first she tells herself she didn’t believe in ghost stories, but when Ingrid goes missing the next night, Jules is determined to find out what happened to Ingrid and rescue her.  Lock Every Door is a page turner you’re not going to want to put down until the last page.

Thanks to Netgalley.com for  a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, ARC Reviews, Horror/Thriller

The Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware

Ages 18+

The Turn of the Key

Rowan Caine comes upon an ad for a live-in nanny with a salary almost too good to be true. She takes the position and is thrilled, but she is faced with something she never fathomed. Her time at Heatherbrae House is told through letters Rowan writes from her prison cell to an attorney she wants to hire, trying to convince him that she’s innocent and has nothing to do with the murder of the child she once took care of. Ruth Ware delivers another thriller with twists and turns no one will see coming.

Thanks to Netgalley.com for a review copy of this book.

Adult Fiction, Horror/Thriller, Mystery

The Death of Mrs. Westaway by Ruth Ware

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Hal begins her day like any other day, down on her luck and reading people’s tarot cards to make ends meet. Then she receives a mysterious letter telling her that her grandmother has died, and that she will indicates she is entitled to a substantial amount of money as the result. There’s only one problem: her grandmother has been dead for twenty years. Still, she decides to try and claim the money, using her skills as a tarot card reader to her advantage. She travels for the funeral, and, upon arrival, realizes something much bigger is amiss than a letter being sent to the wrong person.