The NetGalley Book Tag

Hello, my name is Judith! Welcome to my blog, ReadandReview. For this blog post, I've decided to to answer some questions from the NetGalley Book Tag, a tag I’ve seen on a couple of other blogs. I joined NetGalley in late 2018. If you have no idea what I'm talking about, NetGalley is an online service … Continue reading The NetGalley Book Tag

Book Review: We Are Monsters by Brian Kirk

Hello, my name is Judith! Welcome to my blog, ReadandReview. I acquired this book for free in exchange for a review via NetGalley and Flame Tree Press, an imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Monsters have been unleashed inside the Sugar Hill mental asylum. They don't have fangs or claws. They look just like you or … Continue reading Book Review: We Are Monsters by Brian Kirk

2019 Wrap Up & My Goodreads Challenge

Hello, my name is Judith! Welcome to my blog, ReadandReview. As it's the start of a new year, I've decided to write some more "book blogger" content, in addition to my regular book reviews, for a bit of variety and a bit of fun. The start of a new year is also the perfect time to … Continue reading 2019 Wrap Up & My Goodreads Challenge

Book Review: Hold Your Tongue by Deborah Masson

Hello, my name is Judith! Welcome to my blog, ReadandReview, and my first book review of 2020! I acquired this book for free in exchange for a review via NetGalley and Random House UK, Transworld Publishers, of Penguin Books. Hold Your Tongue is Deborah Masson's impressive debut crime / thriller novel. In Aberdeen, Scotland, DI Eve Hunter … Continue reading Book Review: Hold Your Tongue by Deborah Masson

Book Review: An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

An Unwanted Guest is a murder mystery / thriller by Shari Lapena set in Mitchell's Inn, a warm and inviting lodge deep in the woods. A number of guests have travelled there for relaxing getaways and romantic weekends. None of them know each other. However, when a blizzard cuts off the electricity, guests are left trapped … Continue reading Book Review: An Unwanted Guest by Shari Lapena

Book Review: Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Little Darlings by Melanie Golding is part psychological thriller, part magic realism, and part Gothic fairytale. Lauren Tranter gives birth to twins: Morgan and Riley. Whilst recovering in hospital, Lauren swears she sees a woman dressed in filthy rags, who tries to steal her babies and replace them with her own. Her husband doesn't believe … Continue reading Book Review: Little Darlings by Melanie Golding

Book Review: Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough

Behind Her Eyes is a thriller novel by Sarah Pinborough, which follows 3 characters: Louise, a single mother and secretary who, on a night out, kisses a man that turns out to be her new boss, David. Adele, David's wife, the woman terrified of her husband, who one day bumps into Louise and befriends her.* David, … Continue reading Book Review: Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough

Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

The Woman in the Window is a suspense / psychological thriller novel by A.J. Finn,  a pseudonym for Dan Mallory, similar in style and plot to other books like The Girl On The Train by Paula Hawkins. The Woman in the Window is about Anna Fox, an alcoholic recluse who is terrified to leave her … Continue reading Book Review: The Woman in the Window by A.J. Finn

Book Review: The Sister by Louise Jensen

Lately, I've been reading a lot of thrillers - somewhat inspired by a "booktuber" I've started watching called BooksandLala, who loves and recommends thrillers - and so this December will be a month of thriller reviews! A while ago, I reviewed The Family by Louise Jensen. In that review, I mentioned I'd found another one of … Continue reading Book Review: The Sister by Louise Jensen

Book Review: The Assistant by S.K. Tremayne

I acquired this book for free in exchange for a review via NetGalley and Harper Collins UK. The Assistant by S.K. Tremayne is about Jo, a newly divorced woman who moves into her friend's spare bedroom. Her friend's flat is equipped with all the latest technology, including a Home Assistant called Electra which manages just … Continue reading Book Review: The Assistant by S.K. Tremayne