If you haven't read an Images of America book yet, you should. They're easy reads, full of fascinating pictures and history. I read this one on the way to see the premier of the HBO movie Deadwood. I found it interesting reading about the town and people that inspired the TV series. The photos were definitely the best part.
No Exit Taylor Adams William Morrow, 2019 Source: Library
No Exit is about a college student, Darby, on her way home to see her mother one last time before she passes. Because she has no time to lose, Darby heads out even though the weather is terrible, hoping to beat the storm. The weather wins, however, and she finds herself at a rest stop with kidnappers. Sometimes Darby makes stupid choices that had me rolling my eyes, but overall, this was an excellent mystery full of suspense. I loved it.
The review copy only had the first few chapters! I was devastated!
In spite of the fact that I had to wait for the published copy to come out, I still loved SSDGM. Also, at my library, it is in the SELF-HELP SECTION. No. I do not like self-help books. At all. But I loved this one because it was more memoir than advice and these ladies' told their stories with their usual biting wit. It was fantastic, and every My Favorite Murder fan should read it.
Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds Gwenda Bond Cornerstone Digital, 2019 Source: My Own Bookshelf
I absolutely loved reading about El's mom's back story. It was interesting, and it made rewatching the Netflix show that much better. I liked Suspicious Minds because it added to the universe. It didn't retell or cheapen the series. I definitely recommend it to fans of the show.