The Silent Patient by: Alex Michaelides
This was Goodreads 2019 Mystery & Thriller winner! I reviewed this one on my blog earlier this year, which you can check out here.
The One by: John Marrs
Amazon is having a deal on the Kindle version of this novel at the time of posting.
This book took me for one heck of a roller coaster ride! Each chapter revealed a plot twist that I didn’t see coming and kept me hooked till the very end! To see my review, click here.
A Stranger on the Beach by: Michele Campbell
I ended up reading this book in one sitting! The author alternates between two points of view: Caroline and Aidan. The readers are left wondering whose side to defend through the entire course of events, but will have them questioning their own judgments when the ending is revealed. My full review can be found by clicking here.
Horns by: Joe Hill
Amazon is having a deal on the paperback version at the time of posting.
This was my first read by Joe Hill, the son of Stephen King, and it has become one of my favorites of all time. I can’t put into words how much I loved this book!
We’re Going to Need More Wine by Gabrielle Union
This is the only celebrity memoir that I have read this year to receive a five star rating by me. Union’s style of writing makes readers feel like they are sitting across the table from her the entire course of the book!
After the Eclipse by Sarah Perry
Amazon is having a deal on the paperback and Kindle versions of this novel at the time of posting.
Readers follow Sarah Perry on her journey of finding out the events surrounding her mother’s death and who the suspect was. The author provides a thorough breakdown of what she uncovers and fans of true crime will want this one on their TBR!
A Mother’s Reckoning by: Sue Klebold
Sue Klebold is the mother of Dylan Klebold, one half of the Columbine shooting duo. The author tells her story of events leading up to and after the shooting with the help of diary entries. This is one readers won’t want to miss out on; I reviewed this one on my blog earlier this year, which can be found here.
This was the last five star read of 2019 for me and it happened as the year was wrapping up. You can read my full thoughts on this one by reading my review.