‘Sense and Second-Degree Murder’ review: Tirzah Price’s new Jane Austen mystery is an engaging whodunit

Jane Austen fans, Tirzah Price is back with another retelling of one of our favorite pieces of English literature, with a murder mystery twist! Sense and Second-Degree Murder primarily follows the two eldest Dashwood sisters, Elinor and Marianne. When their father…

‘How We Fall Apart’ review: Katie Zhao’s dark academia thriller exposes the toxicity of competitive academic environments

Katie Zhao turns to the dark academia sub-genre in ‘How We Fall Apart’ to expose the toxic nature of competitive academics.

‘Burden Falls’ review: Kat Ellis delivers a haunting murder mystery

Without a doubt, ‘Burden Falls’ is a horrifying and chilling novel by Kat Ellis that will leave you at the edge of your seat.

‘Dial A for Aunties’ review: Jesse Q. Sutanto’s delightful novel is a love letter to Indo-Chinese culture

Jesse Q. Sutanto’s book Dial A for Aunties is not your average murder mystery novel. If you are looking for your next terrifying whodunnit thriller, then it’s best to continue looking—Dial A for Aunties is not that book. It is,…