Duluth Library Fundraiser

Tickets are on sale now for the Duluth library fundraiser! Not only will there be appetizers, a cash bar, and a silent auction, but everyone in attendance will be entered into a drawing to become a character in my next book! (Characterization subject to author discretion—e.g., you might be the villain.)

Review: Behind Her Eyes

Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book has been listed in my “Currently Reading” bucket for six months because I couldn’t decide how to review it. The twist ending lives up to the hype, to say the least. I finished it in the middle of the night and . . . 

Everything I Want To Be

I have a confession to make. The US title of my most recent book, EVERYTHING YOU WANT ME TO BE, might be more descriptive of me than it is of Hattie. Hattie Hoffman, our dangerous chameleon who becomes all things to all people, took on roles as it suited her whims until the consequences finally . . . 

Review: The Green Line

The Green Line by E.C. Diskin My rating: 5 of 5 stars A debut legal thriller that delivers. Abby Donovan is an associate at a prestigious law firm in Chicago working 80+ hour weeks on her quest to become partner, when she accidentally takes the Green Line train on her way home. Stranded in gritty . . . 

Review: Good as Gone

Good as Gone by Amy Gentry My rating: 5 of 5 stars In a word: wow. This tightly written psychological thriller would Not. Let. Me. Go. I sped through it in two days tops. Sleep? Overrated when you’ve got Amy Gentry’s novel on your e-reader. In the prologue, thirteen-year-old Julie Whitaker is abducted from her . . .