Book review: Under My Skin by Lisa Unger

Sunday, October 7, 2018 Permalink

There was a moment or two after I started this book that I worried it was one by Lisa Unger I’d already read – one, in fact, I’d heard her introduce at a writers festival I attended in Brisbane in 2008 or so (ed: which I later discovered was Die For You).

I knew I’d read a recent book of hers with a similar name (ed: which I’m now assuming was In The Blood, #blood #skin #whatevs) and wondered if this was a re-release though it seemed different enough that I didn’t remember it in enough detail to have read it before.

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Book review: The Red Hunter by Lisa Unger

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Permalink

I’m a big fan of US writer Lisa Unger, and have mentioned before that I saw her speak at a Writers’ Festival a decade or so¬†ago. However, I’ve struggled with her most recent books – a kinda connected series – which have dipped into the supernatural. I’ve still read them, but not enjoyed them as much as it’s not a genre this logic-loving crime / suspense fiction fan reads.

I was happy then, to hear of a new standalone thriller.

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Book review: Ink and Bone by Lisa Unger

Tuesday, June 14, 2016 Permalink

Each time I review one of Lisa Unger’s books I rave about what a fan I am of her work. And that remains the case. I have to admit I haven’t however enjoyed ‘The Hollows’ series as much as many of her earlier standalone novels.

The suspense is still there. The characters are great. We’re kept guessing and remain poised on the edge of our seats. However… I continue to struggle a little with the paranormal / supernatural elements. And yes, I do I know that’s more about me, than Unger’s work.

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