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"Trust in Me" Sophie McKenzie (Simon and Schuster) - novel review

Livy, turning up for a pre-arranged lunch date, lets herself into her best friend Julia’s flat and discovers Julia’s body. Julia’s family are satisfied that Julia took her own life – there were no signs of a break-in or struggle and fatal levels of Nembutal in Julia’s system plus a note on her laptop, which had been left on. 1,009 more words

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Book Event and Giveaway | Philippa Gregory in Toronto

Fan of great historical fiction and the Tudor era? Check out this awesome event from Simon and Schuster Canada coming to Toronto on September 22!  429 more words


Review of "Tokyo Kill," by Barry Lancet

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   Writing thrillers is no easy venture for any writer, and I’ve said that before with many of the previous thriller I’ve gotten the chance to read and review for this blog. 1,209 more words

Mailbox Monday 8/9/14

Last week passed by in an even more topsy turvy fashion than the previous week! Due to several factors, I didn’t get out to look at books, nor did I get much reading done. 526 more words

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Book Review of Russian Tattoo: A Memoir

Russian Tattoo: A Memoir by Elena Gorokhova and published by Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-1451689822.  Hardcover with 336 pages.  Publication date:  January 6, 2015.

synopsis:  In A Mountain of Crumbs Elena Gorokhova describes coming of age behind the Iron Curtain and leaving her mother and her Motherland for a new life in the United States. 266 more words

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Review: One More Chance, by Abbi Glines

Abbi has done it again. This book actually bumped my current top AG book down a notch. I was very anxious to read this, after the ending of Take a Chance. 196 more words