Entries by Natalie Ellis

Top 5 Scary Suspense or Thriller Books

Since Halloween is nearing, why not read a suspense book guaranteed to make you check the locks on the doors numerous times before you go to bed. The Surgeon, by Tess Gerritsen This is an older book, 2001, the first of the Rizzoli-Isles series, but don’t let that stop you from reading it. I’ve read […]

Book Review: Little Black Lies, by Sharon Bolton

First I have to say that I HATE Sharon Bolton. She is so good! Damn, she’s good. I haven’t read any of her other books, but if they’re as good as Little Black Lies then I’m in big trouble because I’m not going to have time to do my own writing. I got sucked into […]

Top 5 Under-the-radar Books

These are my favorite books to recommend because most people haven’t read them and they’re absolutely amazing. Darkling, I listen, Katherine Sutcliffe This book is my all-time favorite suspense. It’s the reason why I believe in writing sexy love scenes rather than closing the door, and the reason why I’m not shy about adding a […]

Book Review for Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel

Jessica Knoll’s debut novel, Luckiest Girl Alive: A Novel, fascinated me so much from beginning to end that I constantly rattled off tidbits to my husband, Russ. That’s rare. I don’t think he followed my synopsis–I’m not very concise when I’m excited. But when I told him why I preferred the story over Gone Girl, […]