Renee’s Recent Reads 4/17/22 + Easter 🐣

The view of some mountains from plane ride Hi friends, and Happy Easter to those who celebrate! 🐇🐣 My husband and I are enjoying some time with his side of the family since we didn't get to visit this last Christmas. In the mean time I've been having a great reading month so far. I've … Continue reading Renee’s Recent Reads 4/17/22 + Easter 🐣

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ARC Review: “The Pink Bonnet” by Liz Tolsma

Title: The Pink Bonnet Find it on: Goodreads | AmazonAuthor: Liz TolsmaPublication Date: June 1, 2019Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Inc.Genre: Christian, True CrimePages: 256 Many thanks to the author, Liz Tolsma, and publisher, Barbour Publishing Inc., for providing a digital ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Synopsis (via NetGalley ) … Continue reading ARC Review: “The Pink Bonnet” by Liz Tolsma

Review: “White Fragility” by Robin J. DiAngelo

Image via Amazon White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk About Racism by Robin J. DiAngelo explores what the author calls 'white fragility' and its impact on our ability to have productive, authentic conversations about race and discrimination. The book was originally brought to my attention via recommendation on Amazon/Goodreads and … Continue reading Review: “White Fragility” by Robin J. DiAngelo

Review: “Deranged: The Shocking True Story of America’s Most Fiendish Killer!” by Harold Schechter

Though the title of this book reads like clickbait, that is quite possibly one of the only remotely negative things I have to say about this book. Deranged by Harold Schechter covers the stories of Albert Fish, notorious serial killer, rapist, and cannibal. Just around 60 years old and deceitfully benign in appearance, Fish hides … Continue reading Review: “Deranged: The Shocking True Story of America’s Most Fiendish Killer!” by Harold Schechter

Review: “The Man from the Train: The Solving of a Century-Old Serial Killer Mystery” by Bill James, Rachel McCarthy James

Bill James and Rachel McCarthy James take readers headfirst through a winding tale of murder and mystery traversing the country in their recent book The Man from the Train. Appropriately named, the authors draw parallels among a long series of unsolved murders and conclude that a killer known only as the 'Man from the Train' … Continue reading Review: “The Man from the Train: The Solving of a Century-Old Serial Killer Mystery” by Bill James, Rachel McCarthy James