Pros & Cons: Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark

Believe it or not, before I discovered the romance genre, my favorite genre was mystery/suspense. I flocked toward creep-you-out, keep-you-up-all-night thrillers, and when I came across a stack of Mary Higgins Clark books at a yard sale way back when, I scooped them all up and haven’t looked back since! Up until recently it had been a while since I read a book by the “Queen of Suspense”, so when I found myself craving a psychological thriller, I knew it was time to reintroduce myself to MHC.

Enter Loves Music, Loves to Dance by Mary Higgins Clark. Yes, this is one of her older titles, but it still holds up more than 20 years later! In fact, the lack of cell phones and social media was a refreshing pace from all the contemporary stories I’ve read lately–just one of many things that makes this book a great read. Take a look at my pro/con list to get an overall gist of the story.

And, check out my other Pros & Cons reviews here.

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Pros & Cons: Murder is Binding by Lorna Barrett

Hello there! I’m back with another review, but I thought I’d try something new this time around… While some books call for fangirling and in-depth analysis of characters, plot and other literary devices, there’s something refreshing about a simple pro/con list that gives an at-a-glance look at the book as a whole (and, let’s be honest, it can be easier to get your thoughts down this way sometimes). That said, I’ve whipped up a pro/con list of a book I read recently — MURDER IS BINDING.

These type of reviews are meant to be short & touch on a few key points that stood out to me — not delve into every single aspect of the book. Are you a fan of pro/con lists? Or do you prefer reviews that dig deep into the story? Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments!

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