Second book review for this week: Those Girls by Lauren Saft

By Ekta R. Garg July 1, 2015 Rated: Bypass it Three high school girls at an exclusive private school spend their junior year navigating their love lives, friendships, and life challenges. Along the way they’ll learn just how far they will go to help—and hurt—one another. At the end of it all, they’ll need to… More Second book review for this week: Those Girls by Lauren Saft

First review for today: The Lake Season by Hannah McKinnon

By Ekta R. Garg July 1, 2015 Rated: Bypass it A woman uses her sister’s wedding as a legitimate way to take a break from her life. When she arrives in New Hampshire from Boston, though, she realizes that may she need more than a break; maybe she needs a fresh start. By getting back… More First review for today: The Lake Season by Hannah McKinnon

Latest book review: Manhattan Mayhem edited by Mary Higgins Clark

By Ekta R. Garg June 17, 2015 Rated: Borrow it What happens when a group of well-known mystery writers get together? They produce an anthology, of course. Give those writers a theme, and that results in a city tour many guides would envy. The Mystery Writers of America offers readers its third anthology, this one… More Latest book review: Manhattan Mayhem edited by Mary Higgins Clark

Brand new review: Things You Won’t Say by Sarah Pekkanen

By Ekta R. Garg June 10, 2015 Rated: Bypass it A woman deals with the aftermath of a shooting, but her husband isn’t the victim: he’s the shooter. As the wife of a cop, the woman has lived for many years with the possibility that her husband might get injured in his line of work.… More Brand new review: Things You Won’t Say by Sarah Pekkanen

Brand new book review: The Secrets of Carriage H by Andrew Rosenheim

By Ekta R. Garg June 3, 2015 Rated: Borrow it Given the recent trail derailment in Southern Pennsylvania as well as other train calamities, author Andrew Rosenheim’s personal account of living through a rail accident offers readers a firsthand opportunity to understand just how this awful situation looks and feels. His memoir, The Secrets of… More Brand new book review: The Secrets of Carriage H by Andrew Rosenheim

Brand new book review: The Sound of Glass by Karen White

By Ekta R. Garg May 20, 2015 Rated: Bordering on Bypass it Two women bound by family but estranged by differences end up sharing a home. Despite the tension they soon become involved in a mystery decades old, which forces them to spend more time together than either anticipated. Author Karen White gives readers vivid… More Brand new book review: The Sound of Glass by Karen White