Popcorn Thrillers

Death by Bubble Tea

This book, by Jennifer Chow, had so many things going for it. Family loyalty, the FOOD (holy moly, the food), and MURDER. This was a fun, relaxing mystery which was just what I needed during a stressful week. While cozy mysteries are on the lighter side of a murder mystery, they often provide the comfort … Continue reading Death by Bubble Tea

Slenderman, Online Obsession, Mental Illness and the Violent Crime of Two Midwestern Girls

I remember reading about the Slenderman case when it happened. I’ve always been fascinated with what was the reasoning that drove the two girls to plot and stab their friend – at 12 years old. This story has layers upon layers of information about mental illness and how that relates to our online usage, not … Continue reading Slenderman, Online Obsession, Mental Illness and the Violent Crime of Two Midwestern Girls