Yara Zgheib Explores the Importance of Support Systems during recovery in ‘The Girls at 17 Swann Street’

Yara Zgheib Explores the Importance of Support Systems during recovery in ‘The Girls at 17 Swann Street’

26-year-old Anna is a former Parisian, former ballerina, and former woman with an identity outside of her eating disorder. Somewhere between following her husband to St. Louis and ending up in Bedroom 5 at 17 Swann Street, Anna's all but disappeared.

Sophie Mackintosh makes toxic masculinity literal in ‘The Water Cure’

Sophie Mackintosh makes toxic masculinity literal in ‘The Water Cure’

Grace, Lia, and Sky are sheltered from the horrors of the outside world. They've been brought up to believe that beyond the borders of their home there is nothing but violence: men against women, disease against bodies.

Megan Collins debuts with bewitching thriller, “The Winter Sister”

Megan Collins debuts with bewitching thriller, “The Winter Sister”

Sixteen years ago, Persephone O'Leary never came home. Now Sylvie must return to her hometown, stay in the room she shared with her sister, to help her mother. But Persphone's presence lingers on the streets of the quiet Connecticut village, in the empty bedroom Sylvie moves back into, and in the fact that her disappearance, and murder, remains unsolved.

Dark Family Secrets Are Uncovered in Emma Rous’ ‘The Au Pair’

Dark Family Secrets Are Uncovered in Emma Rous’ ‘The Au Pair’

Title: The Au PairAuthor: Emma RousGenre: SuspensePublisher: BerkelySource: eARC via NetGalleyLength: 320pPublishing Date: 08 January 2019 "But the witches took the real twins anyway." she'd whispered, wide-eyed. "And the fairies left you and Danny, sprite babies, as a swap. Is it true?" In the Norfolk countryside stands Summerbourne, an estate that sits on the edge of the sea. With [...]

Julia Heaberlin tackles reality versus fiction in ‘Paper Ghosts’

Julia Heaberlin tackles reality versus fiction in ‘Paper Ghosts’

Title: Paper Ghosts Author: Julia Heaberlin Genre: Suspense Publisher: Ballantine Books Source: eARC via NetGalley Length: 348p Publishing Date: 15 May 2018 "The fact is, the best way to disappear is to blend into the usual, irritation stream of creatures." The main character of Paper Ghosts just does that in order to try and solve the mystery of [...]

Revenge is served cold in BA Paris’ ‘Bring Me Back’

Revenge is served cold in BA Paris’ ‘Bring Me Back’

Title: Bring Me Back Author: BA Paris Genre: Suspense Publisher: St. Martin's Press Source: eARC via NetGalley Length: 336p Publishing Date: 19 June 2018 "That was the statement I gave to police, sitting in the police station somewhere off the A1 in France. It was the truth. But not quite the whole truth." What if you [...]

Secrets are worth killing for in Katie Sise’s ‘We Were Mothers’

Secrets are worth killing for in Katie Sise’s ‘We Were Mothers’

Title: We Were Mothers Author: Katie Sise Genre: Domestic Thriller Publisher: Little A Source: eARC via NetGalley Length: 337 pages Available: 1 October 2018 "All Cora wanted was for George and Lucy to feel safe in the world, to know there was nothing that could compromise their family. Not even Jeremy." In a small suburban village outside of [...]