“And after winter folweth grene May.” ― Geoffrey Chaucer
The Night Shift by Alex Finlay
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Twisty, suspenseful, and hooked me from the start. I enjoyed trying to figure out how the past and present crimes tied together. This was one of those books that I couldn’t wait to get back to reading when real life forced me to put it down! Borrowed from the library.
The Resting Place by Camilla Sten
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Chilling! THE RESTING PLACE is creepy-good quiet horror. I enjoyed the cold, atmospheric setting of the isolated estate that the protagonist inherits. What disturbing family secrets are buried there? The twists were delicious and disturbing! Borrowed from the library.
Insomnia by Sarah Pinborough
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I know this book has gotten a lot of buzz, but it was a miss for me — slow, repetitive & underwhelming ending. I’m still holding out hope for another Behind Her Eyes! Borrowed from the library.
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Hi Diana, I was looking at #1 and #3 here. I’m glad Night Shift was such a winner but too bad about Insomnia. I had a real bomb this week too but, at least it was a novella so it wasn’t painful to read for too long:) –no review on that yet.
I keep hearing great things about The Night shift! Nice reviews!
I read Insomnia too and can’t remember what it was about. So it was not an impressive read.
I like the sound of both The Resting Place and The Night Shift. I’ll be adding them to my TBR list. :)