July reads

  1. Case Histories by Kate Atkinson
    This was a really great book. It opens up with three separate stories: 1. A child is abducted. 2. A daughter is murdered. 3. A husband is killed. All three of these are brought together by the investigator who has his own personal issues he's dealing with. I enjoy mystery novels, and I'm glad my coworker offered to let me read it. Thankfully I finished before her last day earlier this month. 🤓
  2. The Hypnotist's Love Story by Liane Moriarty
    I'm obsessed with this author. This is my fourth book of her's to read this year, and it was hard to put down. I would probably rank this as my second favorite (Big Little Lies is first). It's a story about a woman named Ellen having to deal with the baggage her new boyfriend brings to the table. I really don't want to spoil it for anyone, so I won't give more details than that. I do love how she tells the story through two characters' perspectives, defining them as individuals.