Follow Me by Kathleen Barber

Follow Me by Kathleen Barber

Follow Me is Kathleen Barber’s second novel, and it’s every bit as delicious as her début. The story feels utterly believable, like the sort of thing you’d read about in your local newspaper, and after reading it, I’m not sure I’ll view technology in quite the same light ever again. Some people say Audrey Miller…

State of Lies by Siri Mitchell

State of Lies by Siri Mitchell

In a genre inundated with unreliable and unlikable narrators, it was refreshing to read State of Lies and find myself immediately rooting for the heroine. Set in Washington D.C. and revolving around the highest levels of the American government, this novel serves as a timely reminder of just how precious and fragile democracy really is….

Rush by Joan Swan

I liked this book, so it’s really unfortunate that I chose it not realizing it was the third title in a series. This was unfortunate because Rush could have been a great book if I hadn’t spent so much time confused and wishing I’d read the two preceding titles in the proper order. Five years…

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