Book Review: Play the Game

April 16, 2023 in 5 Star Reads, Blog, Reviews - No Comments - boundbythebook

“What are systems besides the people who make them up? If we figure out how to hold people accountable for the systems they hold up, maybe [he] won’t get away with murder after all.” Book Details release date: January 31, 2023 genres: young adult, mystery, thriller, social justice, contemporary publisher:…

Unchosen Book Blog Tour & Review

January 30, 2021 in Blog, Reviews - boundbythebook

The day is finally here! My bookstagram tour stop for Unchosen by Katharyn Blair is today—RIGHT NOW! 🙂 Book information Title: Unchosen Author: Katharyn Blair Released: January 26, 2021 Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Review ★ ★ ★ ★/5 I’m fortunate enough to have been chosen to take part in this…

Once Upon a Book Club Box

December 14, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

12.14.20 – Day ONE of the @onceuponabookclubbox Advent Edition begins! This is my very first #onceuponabookclub box. After seeing so many of my book friends post about it, I decided to give it a try. The fact that the Advent Edition is Christmas-themed didn’t hurt. ☺️ Do you have a book subscription? Which one(s)?…

Cover Reveal – You Will Remember Me by Hannah Mary McKinnon

November 24, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

YOU WILL REMEMBER ME by @hannahmarymckinnon pubs on May 25, 2021 and I can’t wait for this twisted psychological thriller. Look at that cover! Hannah Mary McKinnon is the author of the most recently released, Sister Dear and has a promising voice in the thriller world. “Forget the truth. Remember…

Book Review: Interference

November 23, 2020 in Blog, Reviews - boundbythebook

“Because if life can go quantum, it literally changes existence as we know it.” Interference, Brad Parks 𝙩𝙬: violence, murder (Please contact me for clarifications.) genre: medical fiction/thriller, suspense, police procedural Quick Take A medical, suspense thriller that takes you on a non-stop ride through the quantum universe, greed, and…

Eleven Years

November 21, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

〰️Non-Bookish Post〰️ ELEVEN YEARS. Neither of us know where the time went—love has a funny way of influencing how we perceive it. All I know is that if this is how eleven years together feels, I wouldn’t want to change anything for the next eleven. 💜

The Man in Milan

November 21, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

Happy Saturday friends! 🙌 First things first: Christmas decorating before Thanksgiving—? (No shaming here, do what makes you happy.) 🎄—>🍗 Or 🍗—>🎄? Normally I decorate for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving but if I can get enough energy, I’ll do it before then. COVID has robbed all of us of…

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020

November 21, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance. What began as a vigil for Rita Hester, a member of the Boston LGBTQ+ community who worked locally to support the city’s LGBTQ+ youth became that and so much more. Organized by Gwendolyn Ann Smith a year after Hester was murdered in her home…

The Forest of Vanishing Stars: COVER REVEAL

November 19, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

Kristin Harmel’s newest release will have you hooked! Behold THE FOREST OF VANISHING STARS by New York Times bestselling author Kristin Harmel (“a powerful and dazzling voice in historical fiction,” says NYT bestselling author Patti Callahan). Kristin’s evocative new coming-of-age World War II story will be in stores everywhere on…

A Sigh of Relief

November 8, 2020 in Blog - boundbythebook

The weight on my chest has lifted, knowing that we will begin moving forward to repair the damage in this country. As many have said before, and it deserves repeating: This is not the end, it is the beginning. There’s so much work left to do. I love all my…

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The Mother-in-Law
Feels Like Falling
You and Me and Us
In Five Years
First Cut
The Safe Place
The Guest List
A Conspiracy of Bones
The Tenant
Daisy Jones & The Six
Lying in Wait and Other True Cases
You Are Not Alone
American Predator: The Hunt for the Most Meticulous Serial Killer of the 21st Century
The Sun Down Motel
Morgue: A Life in Death
Dead Men Do Tell Tales: The Strange and Fascinating Cases of a Forensic Anthropologist
Blood On the Table: The Greatest Cases of New York City's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
A History of Modern Psychology
Dissecting Death: Secrets of a Medical Examiner

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