Scenes of a Graphic Nature is a highly readable, relatable, funny and poignant novel.
The Van Apfel Girls Are Gone is a sparkling mystery novel that's perfect for summer.
M. R. C. Kasasian is on top form with his third Betty Church novel, seamlessly blending light and dark in a satisfying detective story where nothing is quite what it seems.
A Luminous Republic is an unusual, intelligent and thought-provoking read that sticks with you long after the final page.
HOW MANY pages?!
The Cat and The City is a strange and beguiling book that left me with mixed feelings.
The Tempus Project is a smart, high-octane cyber-thriller featuring a heroine after my own heart.
Finding Dora Maar is a fascinating account of serendipity, the joy of research, and a complicated woman artist who moved in the best circles.
The Glass House features decades-old mysteries, family secrets, a sprawling country house, and a dual timeline - all elements I love to see in a book. It's also delightfully dark and gripping, with beautiful descriptions.
It's my stop on the Broken Steel blog tour. Find out about the book and the author, and what people have said on the tour so far.