RaveAssociated PressThe lurid headlines of the stranger-than-fiction crime missed many crucial facts about the case, which author Kathleen Hale lays out in rigorous step-by-step detail that’s the result of seven years of research ... Hale’s compassionate look at the case is a compelling yet harrowing read that reveals how a seemingly innocent childhood friendship could lead to such a devastating outcome.
Marissa R. Moss
PositiveAssociated PressMarissa R. Moss chronicles how three singers – Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris and Mickey Guyton — found ways to circumvent the traditional Nashville Music Row country music industry path and its \'good ol’ boy\' mentality to chart successful paths of their own ... As Moss shows, the women in Her Country, have managed to produce some of the most creative, inclusive and successful country music of the moment despite obstacles.
RaveWashington PostShannon peppers the memoir with inside-showbusiness anecdotes that make the memoir a hard-to-put down page turner ... Hello, Molly! paints a portrait of a resilient spirit persevering through tragedy and the cutthroat world of fame to build a fulfilling life for herself.
PositiveThe Associated Press... a breezy tour ... Spanning roughly the decades from the 1930s through the 1980s, Levy touches on the general comedy trends intertwined with several of the women’s careers...But he keeps his focus on the women’s individual stories, dividing the book into eight chapters that serve as mini profiles of each comedian ... Levy doesn’t delve too deeply into any individual story. But the overview serves as a useful starting point for comedy buffs wanting to learn more about each of these trailblazing comedians.
RaveThe Associated PressAuthor Sarah Weinman digs deep ... Meticulously researched, Scoundrel paints a portrait of a criminal adept at targeting people like Buckley who he could win over — but whose violent instincts eventually led to his downfall.