Tag Archives: Pamela Dorman Books

The Man Who Died Twice by Richard Osman

My favorite septuagenarian sleuth quartet is back! The second installment of The Thursday Murder Club series is set about a couple of months after four friends from the Coopers Chase Retirement Village; Joyce, Elizabeth, Ron, and Ibrahim, solve their first murder mysteries. Now that the excitement from the murders has died down, it seems like […]

The Damage by Caitlin Wahrer

The Damage is a visceral story of the aftermath of rape. On one fateful night, Nick, a twenty-year-old college boy, goes out drinking with his flatmate to work up the courage to let go of his unrequited love. At the bar, Nick meets Josh, a handsome and charming man to whom Nick is instantly attracted. […]

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman

This is one of the most gratifying modern crime novels I have read in a while. As you may know, crime is my go-to genre whenever I want a quick and easy read. Nowadays, I tend to pick the classics as I feel they have a cozy vibe to them that is missing in most […]

The Push by Ashley Audrain

This book is reminiscent of Lionel Shriver’s We Need to Talk About Kevin. Similar to We Need to Talk About Kevin, The Push is an exploration of “nature versus nurture,” focusing on factious parent-child relationships. Its protagonist, Blythe comes from a family where dysfunctional mother-daughter relationships have been the generational norm. Blythe’s mother, Cecilia had […]