Book Review: The Winterkeeper by Anna Schmidt

After reading American Wolf by Nate Blakeslee, Yellowstone National Park is one of the places I’ve never visited but love to read about. So the first line of the synopsis for The Winterkeeper sold this novel to me instantly! Gardiner MT, just outside Yellowstone National Park, Winter, 1933. Three people - each with the toughness and desire … Continue reading Book Review: The Winterkeeper by Anna Schmidt

Blog Tour | Book Review: Clear My Name by Paula Daly #ClearMyName #damppebblesblogtours

Happy publication day to Paula Daly, Clear My Name is out today! And it’s my pleasure to host one of the publication day stops on this blog tour. Innocent? When Carrie was accused of brutally murdering her husband’s lover, she denied it. She denied it when they arrested her, when they put her in front … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review: Clear My Name by Paula Daly #ClearMyName #damppebblesblogtours

Book Review: This I Would Kill For by Anne Buist (Natalie King #3)

This I Would Kill For is the third book in this series, it follows Medea’s Curse and Dangerous to Know. Psychiatrist Natalie King is the expert witness in a vicious child custody battle, and the stakes are high. Getting it wrong means handing a child over to an abuser-or depriving that child of the only … Continue reading Book Review: This I Would Kill For by Anne Buist (Natalie King #3)

Blog Tour | Book Review: Come Back For Me by Heidi Perks (@HeidiPerksBooks) #ComeBackForMe @arrowpublishing

Happiest of publication days to Heidi Perks, Come Back For Me is out in hardback today, and I’m thrilled to be hosting one of the publication day stops on the blog tour. A SHOCKING DISCOVERY.A COMMUNITY WRAPPED IN SECRETS. A tiny island community is stunned by the discovery of a long-buried body. For Stella Harvey … Continue reading Blog Tour | Book Review: Come Back For Me by Heidi Perks (@HeidiPerksBooks) #ComeBackForMe @arrowpublishing

Book Review: Speaking of Summer by Kalisha Buckhanon

With its striking cover and important themes, Speaking of Summer was a definite must-read for me. On a cold December evening, Autumn Spencer’s twin sister, Summer, walks to the roof of their shared Harlem brownstone and is never seen again. The door to the roof is locked, and the snow holds only one set of footprints. … Continue reading Book Review: Speaking of Summer by Kalisha Buckhanon

Book Review: A Modern Family by Helga Flatland

The cover and the simplicity of the blurb drew me in, but while reading it, I witnessed complex relationships in a deeply intimate portrayal of a modern family. When Liv, Ellen and Håkon, along with their partners and children, arrive in Rome to celebrate their father’s seventieth birthday, a quiet earthquake occurs: their parents have … Continue reading Book Review: A Modern Family by Helga Flatland