three thriller reviews | lock every door, night film, eight perfect murders

lock every door by riley sager riley sager's lock every door is one of the two thrillers published in 2019 that i constantly mistake for one another: the other is the turn of the key by ruth ware. i only confused them thanks to their similar covers, and the fact that both follow a woman …

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Book Review: Meddling Kids; or, a discussion on harmful stereotypes and tropes

Meddling Kids by Edgar Cantero Edition: Titan Publishing 2018, 442 pages Links: Goodreads In 1977 The Blyton Summer Detective Club unmasked the elusive Sleepy Lake monster. By 1990 the former detectives are haunted by strange, half-remembered events that cannot be explained by a guy in a mask.  The time has come to get the team …

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3 [Negative] Book Reviews #1: Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me?, The Deal and The Strain

Is Everyone Hanging Out Without Me? by Mindy Kaling In her 2011 memoir, Mindy Kaling [of The Office and The Mindy Project fame] talks about her childhood, friendships over the years, and the progression of her professional life as a comedian stemming from when she was young. It's Kaling's recounting of moments in her career that …

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