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Crazy Love You by Lisa Unger Review - Hell Hath No Fury

Crazy Love You is the first time I’ve read anything by Lisa Unger, and is a hard book for me to review. This is mainly because the greatest pro of the novel is it’s story, but it’s greatest con is sometimes how it’s delivered. 1,034 more words


Riddle Me This*

Many people enjoy solving riddles and playing ‘riddle’ games, where they have to put clues together to find an answer. And it can be a really interesting way to ‘exercise the brain.’ ‘Riddle games’ have been woven into plenty of crime fiction, which shouldn’t be surprising, really. 980 more words

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I Share Your Name*

One of the most challenging decisions authors and publishers make is what to title a book. Titles need to be short enough so that readers can easily remember them. 1,168 more words


The Whispers (e-novella short stories)…Lisa Unger

I received ARCs of these from Net Galley. I started these books not sure what I was getting myself in to as I was not familiar with the author and I wasn’t sure the subject matter would be to my liking. 309 more words

Beautiful Lies

I can get my head turned by a good-looking as much as the next . But sexy doesn’t impress me. Smart impresses me, strength of character impresses me. 357 more words

Bits And Pieces

In The Spotlight: Lisa Unger's In the Blood

Hello, All,

Welcome to another edition of In The Spotlight. One strategy authors of psychological thrillers sometimes use is to raise doubts about whether
characters are what they seem to be. 1,126 more words


She Lived There With This Roommate I Despised*

Very often, young people don’t have the means to purchase or even lease a place to live by themselves. So they room with another person (sometimes more than one person). 1,066 more words

Agatha Christie