WAHALA – Nikki May

Nikki May’s Wahala (HarperCollins 2022) is Sex in the City meets Working Moms meets a psychological thriller. The novel, set in England, revolves around a group of three Anglo-Nigerian friends whose worlds are shattered when a fourth joins. It’s vibrant, colorful, and enough to make you hungry.  (There are even recipes at the end. IContinue reading “WAHALA – Nikki May”

THE MAIDENS – Alex Michaelides

Alex Michaelides’s The Maidens (Celadon Books, expected June 10, 2021) is a stocked pond of red herrings that kept me guessing until the end.  My biggest complaint with psychological thrillers and unreliable narrators is that they tend to be very predictable; I don’t read a lot of them for this reason. But I had noContinue reading “THE MAIDENS – Alex Michaelides”

THE WIVES – Tarryn Fisher

“We’re all fucked up, every single one of us, I think.” Warning: This post will contain spoilers.  Confession:  While I enjoy a good psychological thriller once in a blue moon (there’s a reason I read this in October!), it’s not a genre that really floats my boat.  And I typically hate unreliable narrators. Bonus Confession:Continue reading “THE WIVES – Tarryn Fisher”