Jules is practically destitute when she agrees to move into the Bartholomew. One of the most prestigious buildings in the city, it’s also one of the most secret and elite. However, she needs the money and so she follows the rules–No Guests, No leaving Overnight, No contact with the guests.
The Silent Patient was a book I had heard about, and decided I needed to read because of all of the buzz.
Author Alex Michaelides takes readers on a psychologically compelling tale of a woman who is silent, and presently serving time in a hospital for killing her husband.
The writing drew me in, and it was hard for me to put down. I ended up finishing this the same day I started it because I just couldn’t put it down once I got into it.
The Book Date has been asking us this question for a while, and it tends to get a lot of answers. Last week I read eleven books. I was intending to read more, but lots of work has been happening. Let’s push for ten books this week.
I’m in the middle of the Marvel Wizard of Oz series,
Meg Tilly’s Solace Island trilogy is a stunning set of thrillers sure to draw in anyone looking for a good summer read. And beyond.
Solace Island: Dumped on the eve of her wedding and looking for a quiet place to lick her emotional wounds, Maggie Harris joins her sister on Solace Island, where she hopes to recover from the stunning betrayal. At first, Maggie resists Eve’s impassioned argument about relocating permanently so the sisters can open their own local bakery.
Cover Blurb: Jessica Fletcher is in a Florida retirement community for the funeral of a dear old friend whose heart gave out-only to discover that the woman’s death from natural causes may have been artificially induced.
With the help of a feisty group of young-in-spirit retirees, Jessica must track down the clues and find out who prescribed the fatal treatment…
I’ve made no secret that I am a fan of the Murder,