Rebecca Whitney's debut novel The Liar's Chair is a psychological thriller detailing the twisted husband and wife duo David and Rachel.
Liza Klaussmann’s Tigers in Red Weather was one of my favourite books a few years ago, so when I saw that she had new material, I knew I would enjoy it. Villa America centres on Gerald and Sara Murphy, the real life American couple who inspired F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tender is the Night.
I finally got around to reading Graeme Simsion's The Rosie Project and it's follow-up The Rosie Effect. I devoured the first book, and while the second didn't quite live up to my expectations, it was still a great read.
Oh, do you ever get that delicious little frisson of excitement when you read the first few chapters of a book
Oh, do you ever get that tingly little feeling after a few pages of a new book? And realize you've just re prioritized your to-do list so you can keep reading?
I've noticed this book listed on many websites as one to watch. It is also listed on the upcoming Fiction A to Z newsletter.
If you were a teenager in the 1990s, Where Did You Sleep Last Night by Lynn Crosbie is a must read.