Kerrin’s Book Reviews

  • Suburban Hell
    Suburban Hell by Maureen Kilmer is a unique blend of Chick-Lit and Horror, with a little humor thrown in. Amy, Liz, Jess, and Melissa are neighbors in a quiet Chicago […]
  • Carrie Soto Is Back
    One of my favorite authors, Taylor Jenkins Reid, is back and in top form. I Love-Love her newest book, Carrie Soto Is Back about a tennis star making a comeback […]
  • Haven
    Haven by Emma Donoghue is a historical fiction novel about the dangerous effects of blind faith and obedience. Artt, a scholar, priest, and hermit has a dream while visiting Cluain […]
  • Die Around Sundown
    Die Around Sundown is the first in a new mystery series about Henri Lefort, a French detective in German-occupied Paris. After impressing Princess Mimi Bonaparte during a burglary investigation, Lefort […]
  • The Many Daughters of Afong Moy
    The Many Daughters of Afong Moy is one of the more unique novels I have read in a while. It is part historical fiction, part modern-day, and part science fiction […]