In this wholly captivating novel, Mia Haas has carved out a life for herself in Chicago as an overnight pharmacist working with the bleary-eyed patrons who wander into the store in the dead of night.
Short, sweet reviews of M. Verano’s DIARY OF A HAUNTING, GATHERING DEEP by Lisa Maxwel, and Lori Rader-Day’s LITTLE PRETTY THINGS.
THE TRUTH AND OTHER LIES feels like a long-lost classic—one reminiscent of Vladimir Nabokov’s PALE FIRE, Joseph Heller’s CATCH-22, and Italo Calvino’s IF ON A WINTER’S NIGHT A TRAVELER.
Do you lament the lack of geek-centric crime fiction? Then Max Wirestone’s THE UNFORTUNATE DECISIONS OF DAHLIA MOSS is the book for you.
Ancient Greece has never been so much fun to read.
Summer is made for binge-reading, but if you burn through books as quickly as I do, it can make for an expensive habit. Fret not, though; the River Heights Book Review has your back.