Book Review: A Talent to Deceive

TW: kidnapping, death of child I vaguely recalled the details of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping before reading A Talent to Deceive, but there‚Äôs so much more to the case than I realized. A Talent to Deceive is a good piece of investigative journalism. William Norris does a great job of telling the story of theContinue reading “Book Review: A Talent to Deceive”

Bookish Confessions: I Hate When Dogs Die in Books

Ok, it’s confession time. There are several thing I don’t like as a reader. I don’t like to call them “triggers” because I feel it minimizes the true trauma that some people can experience when reading or watching certain material. I have things I prefer to avoid in my reading. Reading tends to be anContinue reading “Bookish Confessions: I Hate When Dogs Die in Books”