With Style and a Little Grace: WHAT I READ: OCTOBER 2017

WHAT I READ: OCTOBER 2017


I read some amazing books in October and I have a huge stack from the library I am currently devouring. They were all thrillers and I still have a ton of thrillers on my bedside table. 

Please comment and let me know what you are reading so I can add it to my list. 

The Lying Game by Ruth Ware - A group of friends gathers back together after a body is discovered in the coastal town that they went to boarding school in. What do these women have to do with this mystery? This one sucked me in and I didn't see the ending coming - Really enjoyed, recommend

The Winter People by Jennifer McMahon - My girlfriend sent me this one and told me I had to read around Halloween and it was truly chilling. I could not put it down but it also gave me nightmares. The town of Westhall, Vermont is a town of disappearances and folklore legends of a time long gone. The most mysterious is Sarah Harrison Shea. You will follow her story and the story of Ruthie in the present day who lives in her farmhouse and whose mother has mysteriously disappeared. What happened to her? Would definitely recommend if you like a spooky book.

Into The Water by Paula Hawkins - Women keep winding up dead at the bottom of the river that runs through this coastal town. Women from the past and from the present. The story of Nel Abbot and what happens to her daughter in the wake of her haunting death will really suck you in. Really enjoyed - would recommend 

Behind Closed Doors by BA Paris - Does this couple have the perfect marriage or is this a carefully crafted front. This book is terrifying and I could not put it down. I read it in one sitting and found it chilling. Would definitely recommend.

2 comments:

  1. i really enjoyed the lying game, it reminded me of her first novel. that winter people sounds intriguing, and omg, behind closed doors was so much more than i thought it would be. did you read her newest one, the breakdown? super surprising, every time you think you have it figured out!
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    1. Same here - I loved In a Dark Dark Wood as well! It is - you should definitely check it out! Not yet but I have it on my nightstand to read after I finish my current book - glad to know I am going to enjoy it!
      Let me know if you have any other recommendations! :)

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