The Maid by Nita Prose Review

Debut efforts don’t always make shockwaves, but from the sounds of things, The Maid by Nita Prose has. The book has received acclaim and is seemingly quite popular. Its publisher also pushed it hard on NetGalle...

The IT Girl by Ruth Ware Review

For the past seven years, British author Ruth Ware has been one of the queens of thriller fiction. Many look forward to her almost annual releases, and they seem to fly off of library shelves. After taking a...

Sundial by Catriona Ward Review

Last winter, Catriona Ward's The Last House on Needless Street was the talk of the horror fiction community. By year's end, it also seemed to have been one of the most popular, most talked about and most liked ...