Foe is another in a hopefully long line of Iain Redi’s twisty, contemplative, psychological novels.
On her death bed, Frances Jellico is transported back to the summer of 1969. A meek and introverted woman, Frances never expected to befriend Peter and Cara, a seductive couple with a penchant for hedonistic behavior.
The researchers’ guide to plant-based beauty products.
Emma returns to Camp Nightingale fifteen years after her bunk mates vanished into thin air.
I hate to ruin a buzz on a sophomore novel, but Leave No Trace wreaks of a really great idea strangled by a contrived plot.
We’re re-reading our favorite books from grade school to see if they measure up. You can read along with us for a chance to win a swag bag from HYR and Literary Book Gifts for our first annual Back To School Book Club!