- Jan 21, 2021
Teen Killers Club by
How do you pass up a book with a title this creepy surrounded by bubble gum pink background? Obviously, I didn’t. Signal, a Class A...
- May 6, 2020
The Sun Down Motel by Simone St. James
This week’s spring weather forecast of overcast, slightly chilly, and decidedly not sunny is the perfect time to read The Sun Down Motel....
- Apr 8, 2020
A Good Girl's Guide to Murder by Holly Jackson
This was fun. Like watching Investigation Discovery and listening to True Crime podcasts fun. Like the first season of Serial fun. There...
- Jan 9, 2018
Batman: Nightwalkers (DC Icons #2) by Marie Lu
Being a Batman fan is not a prerequisite to enjoy this story, in fact, very few bats are mentioned at all. Lu does a good job of weaving...
- Jan 9, 2018
The Cruel Prince by Holly Black
What do you do when your parents are brutally murder right in front of you? Go live with the guy who did it, obviously. Jude, her twin...
- Jan 5, 2018
Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
Agatha Christie is a no-nonsense type of writer- she's sparse, void of flowery language and overly descriptive sentences; she just tells...
- Oct 10, 2017
Last Seen Leaving by Caleb Roehrig
Flynn’s life is about to change and not necessarily in a good way. He’s had a bit of a week, realizing that he probably is gay and...
- Sep 27, 2017
City of Angels by Kristi Belcamino
Set in the summer of 1992, just a few short months before the Rodney King verdict and LA Riots, in the seedy underbelly of LA’s streets,...
- Sep 11, 2017
Vicarious by Paula Stokes
Look! There’s an arch on the cover! It’s not very often that our own STL gets to be the setting of a YA novel so it was a no brainer...
- Sep 7, 2017
And Then There Were Four by Nancy Werlin
The title of this book instantly appealed to me as it is obviously reminiscent of Agatha Christie’s classic, And Then There Were None. ...