The Round House by Louise Erdrich can be place in the author’s most appreciated novel collection of the American literature and if you choose to have this book for reading you will find more about the writer concern in depicting different situations that have to deal with the life of the Native American people that mostly target the legal system failure to protect them.
In Appointment with Death by Agatha Christie, Hercule Poirot is the main character put on stage that needs to use his sharp mind in solving the complications of a case of murder and to prove the murder of Mrs. Boynton who is the character embodying a cruel stepmother hated by all members of the family and by the rest of the people making contact with the family
If you want to find out more about Behind the Beautiful Forevers by Katherine Boo, then you need to know that this novel belongs to an American writer who has for several years studied the life story of different people living in India and thus the book depicts some real facts which separates it from other books with fictional action.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare depicts a romance between a young couple that belong to families that are enemies and that come to give their lives for their love teaching their families a lesson that love should come first to hatred and you should know this masterpiece represents a timeless piece of literature people of all ages like to read.
The scenes depicted in The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris can be quite terrifying and the horrible facts presented are meant to disgust the reader but the cannibalistic behavior of Dr. Hannibal Lecter is presented along with brilliant mind games and riddles that will fascinate the reader to the last page of this novel.
In The Memory Palace by Mira Bartok, the message the novelist tries to transmit her readers is that no member of a family should be left alone when having to face some health problems that include insanity and schizophrenia and by depicting her relationship with her mother Mira Bartok wants to point out the mistakes she made in dealing with her mother condition.