Today I’m participating in Sam’s WWW Wednesdays Here’s how it works:


The Three Ws are:

What are you currently reading?
What did you recently finish reading?
What do you think you’ll read next, and/or what are you eagerly awaiting?



He Said, She Said (e-book), by Erin Kelly (NetGalley – 6/6/17), one reader says:  “a gripping, twisting, furiously clever read that asks all the right questions, and keeps you guessing until the very end. I loved it.”




Click titles for my review

Not a Sound (e-book), by Heather Gudenkauf (NetGalley – 5/30)


The Night the Lights Went Out (e-book), by Karen White


The Widow of Wall Street (e-book), by Randy Susan Meyers




The Other Girl (e-book), by Erica Spindler – Release Date – 8/22/17


I love this author’s books, so I am excited about this one.

Blurb:   From the New York Times bestselling author of Justice for Sara and The First Wife Erica Spindler comes The Other Girl, a chilling new thriller about a ritualistic murder of a college professor that sends a small town cop back into the trauma she thought she’d put behind her.

A horrific crime. One witness—a fifteen year old girl from the wrong side of the tracks, one known for lying and her own brushes with the law.
Is it any surprise no one believed her?

Officer Miranda Rader of the Harmony, Louisiana PD is known for her honesty, integrity, and steady hand in a crisis—but that wasn’t always so. Miranda comes from the town of Jasper, a place about the size of a good spit on a hot day, and her side of the tracks was the wrong one. She’s worked hard to earn the respect of her coworkers and the community.

When Miranda and her partner are called to investigate the murder of one of the town’s most beloved college professors, they’re unprepared for the brutality of the scene. This murder is unlike any they’ve ever investigated, and just when Miranda thinks she’s seen the worst of it, she finds a piece of evidence that chills her to the core: a faded newspaper clipping about that terrible night fifteen years ago. The night she’d buried, along with her past and the girl she’d been back then. Until now that grave had stayed sealed…except for those times, in the deepest part of the night, when the nightmares came: of a crime no one believed happened and the screams of the girl they believed didn’t exist.

Then another man turns up dead, this one a retired cop. Not just any cop—the one who took her statement that night. Two murders, two very different men, two killings that on the surface had nothing in common—except Miranda.


My kind of read!  What are you reading and anticipating this week?



    1. Thanks, Cleo, He Said/She Said is one I’m enjoying; and it has been too long since I read a book by Erica Spindler. I recently watched one of my favorite movies based on her book Copycat, and I was so scared…even though I knew how it would turn out! LOL


    1. Thanks, Emily, and I remember how lunch breaks were my best time to read…I would huddle over a book, off in a corner so nobody would interrupt me…LOL. Now I still read while I eat, but I don’t have to stop when lunch is over. Retirement life! Thanks for stopping by, and enjoy your reading.


  1. Brandie

    I keep hearing that He Said/She said is fantastic. I can’t wait to read it – I hope you’re enjoying it! I hope to read Not a Sound sometime, too. And I just got the new Erica Spindler book on Netgalley. Sounds so good! Happy reading!

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    1. Ooh, how exciting that you got the new Erica Spindler. I’m afraid to request anymore books from them right now, as I have eight! Spread out pretty well, though, with three in June; three in July; one in August; and one in September.

      Thanks for visiting, Brandie, and I’m not that far into He Said/She Said, but I’m loving it so far.

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