First, before I delve into my book review, I want to dive into my past for a moment.
Have you ever felt that sickening sensation that someone is watching you? Growing up, for more than a year, every time I rode my bike down one road not far from my house, I got the weird feeling that someone was watching me. It gave me the heebie-geebies…
On a separate issue, a few days ago, I posted a story about three family members who were adversely impacted by fire…
By now, you are probably asking yourself, why is she bringing up past memories and fires in the family tree in a book review? Here’s why…
Categories: Book Reviews
Tags: American history, book blog, book review, books, conflict, family, mystery, opinion, romance, suspense, Texas
Every once in a while, a novel will stay with you long after you have read the final page. While most of these books have a positive impact or serve as inspiration, some creep into the darkest corners of the psyche where your deepest fears dwell.
Like a detective determined to crack a cold case, I am compelled to uncover family secrets and unearth family skeletons. I am energized by endless hours patiently paging through aged records, and I revel in the thrill of finding a clue or solving a genealogical puzzle. So, is it any wonder why I enjoy suspense/mystery novels?