What Book Does Ruth Ware Call ‘Truly Terrifying’?

What Book Does Ruth Ware Call ‘Truly Terrifying’?

“There was something sick in that house … if you scratched the walls of Heatherbrae house, scoring the handblocked peacock wallpaper with your nails, or gouging the polished granite tiles … darkness would seep out.”That’s a creepy passage from Ruth Ware’s evocatively...
Three Letters from Switzerland

Three Letters from Switzerland

Between June 1930 and August 1931, after a series of mental health episodes had whittled away at her career, her marriage, and her overall well-being, Zelda Fitzgerald was a patient at Les Rives de Prangins, a clinic in Nyon, Switzerland, where she wasn’t allowed...