If you loved "Gone Girl," you'll want to read this book next. Slightly less psychotic, "The Silent Wife" peels back the layers of a marriage gone wrong.
After twenty years together, Jodi appears content to nurture home life with Todd th...read more
Two couples meet for dinner to discuss their teenage sons. One couple, a political candidate and his long-time wife, chose an expensive, trendy restaurant much to the discomfort of the other couple-his brother and innocuous wife. Narrated by the pert...read more
Alice has a Sweden of a marriage--neutral and placid. When an invitation to participate in a marriage study appears in her spam folder, she impulsively accepts. Alice's answers to the email and Facebook questions posted by the anonymous Researcher 1...read more
My son begged me to read this book. Having finished it in two days, no mean feat for this middle schooler, he wanted to "discuss" it with me. In his eyes, the combination of Star Wars and zombies was irresistible. Convinced by the promise that Han ...read more
Grace is a survivor. Through careful thought and planning, she has successfully avoided the drudgery entombing her sister, a governess in Chicago. Surviving her second brush with fate is not proving so easy. Stuck with 39 of her fellow passengers a...read more
To truly appreciate the talent of these musicians you must watch the accompanying DVD before popping the CD into your player. Not normally a channel surfer, I stumbled on their Guitar Center Session broadcast on DirecTV and sat mesmerized for an hou...read more
Saved from a career of office drudgery by an encounter with a ghostly murder witness, probationary constable Peter Grant finds himself apprenticed to Chief Inspector Nightingale, the resident wizard of Scotland Yard. In between lessons on Latin and ...read more